7. A Refrigerator / Kegerator

Beer Fridge

Beer Fridge

Cold beverages, cold pizza, cold cuts, ice cream…we could go on. Having room for a keg in the fridge is one thing to consider when shopping for the right model for the cave. If you do, you might want to go all the way with a kegerator kit. A hole is bored in the side of the fridge and a tap is mounted. A line is run from the keg to the tap. A tank of C02 pressurizes the keg. Open the tap, and the beer flows. You don’t even have to open the refrigerator door. More refined man cavers may prefer a wine rack in the fridge or a separate wine chiller.


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