Saturday, November 22, 2008

Get to Know the Kegerator Before Buying

I'm always searching for my dream gifts to put on my "wish" list. As someone who plans on kegging his homebrew someday instead of bottling it, I've been interested in learning more about kegerator kits for my home. I ran across an online social network sponsored by Micromatic that's dedicated to those who use or plan to build kegerators in their home or businesses - The Kegerator Social Network is an excellent source of information to start learning about kegging your favorite beer at home.

Micromatic came up with an introductory video on "The Anatomy of a Kegerator" and has a nice overview on the parts that make up a kegerator and the tools you'll need to assemble and maintain it. If you plan on owning your own kegerator, you'll want to know about all of the different components of a unit and what kind of maintenance is involved. Check out the following video below.

If you're thinking about buying or building a kegerator, I recommend checking out the Kegerator Social Network first to learn from those who have had experience with them, and then go over to Micromatic to check out their clearance specials on kegerators, kegerator kits, custom tap handles and other kegging accessories.

Related articles:
- Behind the scenes on keg systems.
- Breaking in a Bayou Classic SP-10 propane burner.
- Putting together the home brewery.

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