50 L kegs kegerators

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50 L kegs kegerators

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Hello everyone!

Do you guys know a brand/model that could house a 50 L keg with a tap on top? So ideally the compressor is up top (not on the bottom) and there is no freezer compartment on top... :rolleyes:

Cheers!

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Costco used to sell an Danby-branded kegorator that did just this - had a tower, sanke hookup, CO2 connection, tank and regulator. I converted mine to hold 2 cornies, but it is intended for 1 50L sanke.

EDIT: They still have it: https://www.costco.ca/Danby%C2%AE-DKC05 ... 17317.html
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I remember seeing that ad. It was on sale maybe last year? Don't know the sale price.

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Warthaug wrote:Costco used to sell an Danby-branded kegorator that did just this - had a tower, sanke hookup, CO2 connection, tank and regulator. I converted mine to hold 2 cornies, but it is intended for 1 50L sanke.

EDIT: They still have it: https://www.costco.ca/Danby%C2%AE-DKC05 ... 17317.html


Like this one?

https://www.costco.ca/.product.100305206.html

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