COST SAVING BENEFITS OF A KEGERATOR
Micro Matic offers a complete line of kegerators for dispensing draft beer. Priced to meet any budget our range of home and commercial kegerator serve cold beer from a variety of keg packages. Please note, we offer kegerators with and without tapping kits, read the included equipment list completely. Tapping kits are available for single or double keg dispensing configurations. The most common keg coupler in the U.S. market is the D system. We offer tapping kits without keg couplers to allow the user to choose one to tap their specific keg, check out our complete keg coupler listing.
A glass of draft beer served from a Micro Matic kegerator is about 1/2 the cost of cans or bottles of your favorite brew and with that kind of savings, it doesn't take long to pay for a new kegerator. Order one today and start serving cold, delicious draft beer!
A kegerator consists of a self-contained thermostatically controlled refrigeration unit in which keg(s) of beer are stored at the optimum temperature of 38° F. The kegerator is equipped with beer dispensing hardware for a glass of beer can be properly poured from a faucet located on the outside of the kegerator.
These self-contained kegerator are designed and built from the ground up to dispense keg beer, and are shipped with all commercial grade components, the same you would expect at your local tavern. There is a large selection of beer dispensing hardware available to customize a kegerator. Browse through the Micro Matic selection of tap handles or look in the beer tower section of our site to add a ceramic or brass beer tower to personalize the appearance of a new or existing kegerator.
A Note about Energy Star Ratings:
Beer coolers, kegerators, and other beverage coolers can not qualify for ENERGY STAR. The ENERGY STAR program only qualifies residential refrigeration products included in the Department of Energy's appliance efficiency standards program. There are 18 product classes in the refrigerator efficiency standards. Beer coolers, kegerators, and other beverage coolers do not meet the technical definitions for any of the 18 product types in the standards program, therefore they are not included in the ENERGY STAR program.