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Internet #203474205

IGLOO 6.0 cu. ft. Beer Keg Dispenser
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IGLOO

6.0 cu. ft. Beer Keg Dispenser

  • Fits 1/2, 1/4 and mini-barrel kegs
  • 6 cu. ft. capacity is perfect for parties
  • Compressor technology for fast cooling
$422.29 /each

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The IGLOO 6.0 cu. ft. Beer Keg Dispenser is perfect for that party you've always wanted to have. You can easily fit it in your home, and it's roomy enough to accommodate 1/2, 1/4 and mini-barrel kegs. The dispenser has a capacity of 6.0 cu. ft. and features compressor cooling that ensures your beverages stay chilled and ready for consumption. Designed in a striking modern style, it offers easy access with a durable stainless steel door and also features a top rail to store glasses and accessories.

  • 6.0 cu. ft. capacity accommodates 1/2, 1/4 and mini-barrel kegs
  • Compressor cooling works quickly to chill your beverages
  • Rail on top provides convenient storage for glasses and other items
  • CFC-free design is environmentally friendly
  • Low energy consumption helps you save on electricity bills
  • Stainless steel door stylishly complements any decor
  • 1-year limited warranty
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does this product include regulator, gauges and hoses for connecting to keg?

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July 19, 2016
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To start operating all you need is to fill the CO2 cylinder and possibly purchase another keg coupler depending on the brand of beer.
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October 29, 2015
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How cold does it get? I have one now that won't go below 46.. I like my beer COLD
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October 15, 2015
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Yes, it does include all of those things
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The regulator, hoses, and gauges were included, but proved to be DEFECTIVE.
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It does include everything needed to connect and a few extra washers and other parts. The regulators are complete garbage though and will likely need to be replaced with better ones.
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July 4, 2015
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Everything you need is in the kit. There are many different kinds of keg connectors, the one in the kit is the most common for American beers. I personally don't use it because I use ball lock kegs for my home brew.
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June 30, 2015
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Yes, this product includes everything needed to connect to a keg.
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What thread is in handle if you want to have customized handle

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All the handles I have seem to be a standard thread for beer taps. I'm using handles from many, many years ago and all still fit. Just acquired through a beer distributor a new Sam Adams Octoberfest handle and it fits as all the others. Take a handle to whoever is making it for you and he or she should know the thread. If it's a company that makes them they should know that. If you are making it by Read More
All the handles I have seem to be a standard thread for beer taps. I'm using handles from many, many years ago and all still fit. Just acquired through a beer distributor a new Sam Adams Octoberfest handle and it fits as all the others. Take a handle to whoever is making it for you and he or she should know the thread. If it's a company that makes them they should know that. If you are making it by looking at one you should know that. Test it on a piece of wood if uncertain. Best advise I can give you... Read Less
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September 28, 2016
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I need to know for example 1/2 x 20 coarse or 1/2 inch fine male or female threads
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September 27, 2016
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I'm not sure what you mean, but the handle screws on and off, so you can use any tap you choose.
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does the tapper piece come off for installation on a bar top

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If you are talking about the tower, it comes separate,you may have to purchase additional tubing to reach your counter.
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Yes, the tap tower does come off. It is disassembled when purchased. I have a maple top on mine. I just cut a hole large enough to fit the tower through then placed the come trim ring over the top for a perfect fit.
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The tower is a separate piece and attaches to the kegerator by screwing it into the opening. The seal is very tight with a rubber gasket. You could probably figure out a way to mount the tower on a bar top, but you also want to seal the opening in the kegerator and insulate the lines to keep the beer cold and to prevent warm air from going into the kegerator. I guess you could also cut an opening for the Read More
The tower is a separate piece and attaches to the kegerator by screwing it into the opening. The seal is very tight with a rubber gasket. You could probably figure out a way to mount the tower on a bar top, but you also want to seal the opening in the kegerator and insulate the lines to keep the beer cold and to prevent warm air from going into the kegerator. I guess you could also cut an opening for the tower in the bar top and use it as it is if, but it might not look so good. Read Less
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What is the difference between the cooler width and the product width?

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The cooler width/product width dimension can be found under specifications -> dimensions section. I purchased this kegerator last month (very happy with it so far) and can answer my own question now. The dimensions to go by when considering space for this kegerator are the product dimensions. Disregard the cooler width (in) dimension, I'm not sure what that is referring to. The width of the fridge is Read More
The cooler width/product width dimension can be found under specifications -> dimensions section. I purchased this kegerator last month (very happy with it so far) and can answer my own question now. The dimensions to go by when considering space for this kegerator are the product dimensions. Disregard the cooler width (in) dimension, I'm not sure what that is referring to. The width of the fridge is 21", depth is around 26" and the height is accurate. Read Less
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I don't understand the question. What does "product width" mean?
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The specs on Home Depot's website can sometimes be misleading. I assume the cooler width is the kegerator width and the product width is the package width. It comes in a cardboard box.
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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 78 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by My Beer Keg Dispenser is the best buy The beer keg dispenser was very easy to set up. I would reccommend this product to any one that wants a simple set up. October 13, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Price is good get new parts The knob on the regulator for the co2 tank was cross threaded and is a piece of junk anyways. I went to a co2 supply store and purchased a name brand one. I also replaced the hoses. Once you get everything replaced and the co2 dialed in it works good. It does take fine tuning to get a good pour. I keep a glass picture in the freezer and fill it when I get home from work and keep it in the fridge. Overall for the price it is good if you throw an extra hundred bucks in it. October 30, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Not bad for the money I purchased this for a friend as a wedding gift and overall both him and I are happy. It is a complete system tap faucet regulator co2 and all lines however they are cheaper quality products having built several kegerators from scratch I have learned where not to skimp on quality and my current 3 keg system has much better parts however I spent more then this entire system cost just on a regulator so overall for $360 on a complete single keg system you cant go wrong but be aware the regulator included is cheap and ours leaked but with manipulation we were able to fix that ourselves October 4, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Keep looking Lots of bubbles wastes a lot of beer. CO2 tank is set to recommendations October 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cold and easy setup everything else is great! Have gone through 4 quarter barrels and only quickly defrosted it once using a hair dryer. After four barrels at around 10 psi on the CO2 gauge there is still gas left in the tank but will more than likely fill with the next purchase. I purchased a longer tapper supply tube as recommended by what i read on line but really am not convinced it was necessary. The beer does foam but I desire an extremely cold beer and just poor a pitcher full and then pour it off from there into a frozen mug, placing the pitcher back in the cooler for the next one. Great purchase!! September 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Qualitity purchase for price Easy to assemble needed to buy a 5 pound co2 tank and needs a new regulator but the one it comes with will do for now just comes out a tad bit foamy. 2.5 co2 would work if I could find someone to pick it up. Overall worth the money September 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best/Smartest Purchase Ever! I purchased this kegerator for my newly married best friends. They have gotten quite a bit of use out of it in just a month and a half of owning it. I recently made a trip to their house, and I must say that this thing is amazing! Beer is ice cold and constantly flowing. I highly recommend this product to anyone in the market. The cost is extremely reasonable. If you are regularly spending money on beer to stockpile your refrigerator, you will save a considerable amount of money by making this purchase. April 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Overall, pretty good deal I've owned this kegerator for about two weeks, still working out a minor issue with dispensing (some foam). I don't have a long enough baseline to comment on energy efficiency other than to say it appears to be good. First off, the unit was packaged very well (double boxed) and all parts were present. CO2 bottle is of decent quality. I had to drive 70 miles to get it filled (local Airgas only did exchanges), the place that filled it for me also certified the bottle (eh, ok?). Instructions were ok. An addendum sheet was included which had more assembly detail. Though I'm still trying to figure out a detail on a back flow preventer. No major issues with the hardware (regulator, lines, fittings, tapper). No leaks were found after everything was assembled and put under pressure. My high pressure gauge came damaged and I have not yet tried to get it replaced. I did not attempt to verify accuracy of the low pressure gauge. When first plugged in, the compressor would not run, this was with the thermostat set at mid-range. After twenty minutes I started to examine the wiring around the compressor and then it started to run. I don't know if I did anything to get it to start or if there was some sort of start timer that had to cycle. In any case it has continued to function. I did have to set the thermostat almost to max cool to get the beer down to 38 degrees. Still I think this Igloo is an excellent value in a kegerator. I would have given an overall excellent rating if the gauge had not come damaged and if the compressor would have started immediately after plugging the unit in. September 20, 2016
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