FREE MANCHESTER 4 Keg Kegerator Fridge

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  1. Sep 13, 2019 #1

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    Free to anyone who will collect... Beko full height fridge that takes 4 Cornelius kegs. It comes with a single wooden shelf holds the top two kegs. You can mount a reptile heater or similar on the other side of the shelf at the back to provide heat. As I previously used it as a kegarator for a few years all the holes that you need for gas, electricity and sensors are already drilled. The two holes on the front door of the fridge are for beer taps. I've removed all taps, heaters and controllers for my next build. I need a half size fridge to just use as a fermentation chamber.

    THIS WORKS BUT IT'S SUPPLIED TOTALLY AS IS. YOU NEED TO DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH AND WORK OUT HOW TO OPERATE AND INSTALL THE KEGERATOR ELEMENTS PROPERLY. What I do know is that the fridge has worked fine for me and I've used it for 3 years or so. It was in operation until last week. I need to get rid of it as we've got building works starting soon.

    For those inexperienced with Kegarator builds.

    You will need the following to make it a kegerator again.

    Beer/Gas Line

    Cornelius Disconnects for Gas and Beer

    An Inkbird or similar controller to monitor temperature and tell the fridge or heater to operate

    A heater. I used a reptile heater bulb that plugged in to a socket mounted on the wooden shelf.

    A drip tray. I used a Krome dispense one that sat on the two screws on the front of the fridge below the tap holes.

    Beer taps and shanks

    I kept the gas bottle external. Obviously you will need a gas bottle and it's not going to fit inside the fridge if you want to put four kegs in there.
     
  2. Sep 21, 2019 #2

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    Hi Mattpc is this still available?

    Regards David
     
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    Hi, yes it is and if you happened to be able to collect this evening or tomorrow it would be most convenient!
     
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    Whereabouts are you in Manchester?
     
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    The fact that I missed this by just under a week will forever stay with me. Like a little dose of moroseness that delivers upon recollection!
     
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    The fact that I clearly posted twice hasn't helped either. Still, nearly beer o'clock...
     
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