Model # KRS6100SS

Internet #203079949

Nostalgia 2-Keg Double Kegorator Twin Tap Beer Keg Fridge
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Discontinued Nostalgia

2-Keg Double Kegorator Twin Tap Beer Keg Fridge

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The Nostalgia KRS6100SS 6.1 cu. ft. Full Size Double Tap Stainless Steel Draft Beer Dispenser keeps the party flowing. The Large, 6.1 cu. ft. capacity allows for 2-pony barrels of your favorite beer to fit. Featuring a spring-loaded tap for easy pull and release dispensing and includes a two American Sankey "D" tap systems. The adjustable thermostat keeps beer at the perfect temperature while the 13 in. chrome beer tower and guardrail add that touch of class.

  • Size: 6.1 cu. ft.
  • Stainless steel finish
  • 2 spring-loaded easy-pull & release dispensing taps
  • Double meter regulator
  • Includes two American Sankey ā€œDā€ tap systems
  • 2.5 lb. CO2 tank (must be filled before using)
  • 13 in. chrome beer tap tower & guardrail
  • Stainless steel removable drip tray
  • 1 large wire shelf
  • Adjustable thermostat
  • Casters for easy mobility (front wheels lock)
  • Holds the following sizes: (2)-1/6 Barrel (5.23 Gal.), 1/4 Barrel Short (7.75 Gal.), 1/4 Barrel Slim (7.75 Gal.), 1/2 Barrel (15.5 Gal.)

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Are the tap handles removable? Would I be able to swap out the black handles for ones I currently own?

Asked by: vtbeer
Yes, if the threads match. These are 3/8-16
Answered by: Parsonavich
Date published: 2016-03-03

does this unit have a drain

Asked by: barman1
This unit has a drain pan.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-02-06

Are kegs included?

Asked by: Jaime
really? No and there is no beer included either. You wlll need to fill co2 tank also.
Answered by: iain
Date published: 2016-03-07

Is the CO2 tank internally or externally mounted?

Asked by: vtbeer
The CO2 tank is internally mounted.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2015-10-15
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Customer Reviews

2-Keg Double Kegorator Twin Tap Beer Keg Fridge is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Twin Tap For The Price!! I purchased this Beer Kegorator and the only things that I changed were: Replaced the 5' of 3/16" Beer Lines to 12' of High Grade 3/16" Beer lines, new Co2 Regulator (the one that came with mine just would not hold the pressure steady), and new High Grade gas lines. Other than that, I added a tower cooler, adjusted the thermostat, and now pouring perfect pints!! Excellent price for what you get. And as for instructions to put it together... EASY!! VERY Self Explanatory!!!!
Date published: 2012-01-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best Bang for Your Buck! Being the only kegerator under $1000 with a double faucet, it is a great bargain. The co2 regulator is a little off. Sometimes it holds pressure, sometimes it drops pressure, and has even raised pressure. I am looking to replace it with a better regulator soon. I drink craft beer, so this kegerator is perfect as the coldest setting is 40 degrees. If you drink light beer it may be a little too warm.
Date published: 2012-05-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not good for converting to homebrew kegerator I bought this Kegerator hoping I'd be able to snip some lines and add Ball Lock ends to connect to homebrew kegs. Man was I mistaking. 1st, all sizes are in the metric system. Would have been really nice if they would advertise this. So, your 3/8th inch barbed couplings will not work. I then thought, well Maybe I'll try and just hook up new connections to the regulator. Nope, it's also in metric sizes and I can't find any of the fittings. Also, when I went to get the CO2 tank filled, the place said they'd do it, but they hate the China made CO2 tanks. Apparently they break while filling quite often. Luckily, my did not break. To top it all off, I got a growler filler for a standard faucet, and guess what, it doesn't fit. You are MUCH better off building your own kegerator for homebrewing. Pretty much what will need to be done if you buy this one anyways. Hey, if you use it for just comercial kegs, you'll probably be fine, until you need to replace lines.
Date published: 2015-07-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Made my husband very happy!!!! Bought this for my husband and of course our 4 adult sons. Which enjoy it when they come to visit us on the lake. Has a good footprint and look. My husband prefers really cold beer so he would like the temp to get a bit colder. However my son's feel the temp is fine. For the price it is a over all good deal!
Date published: 2015-06-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Kegerator satisfaction Just set it up yesterday in my gazebo outside. So far so good
Date published: 2016-01-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Decent kegerator, some assembly issues, works well Unit arrived extremely well packaged in double boxes with lots of padding. Assembly instructions are not very clear at times. At a different house, I have an EdgeStar unit that I purchased a year ago and it also had poor assembly instructions. Read them and reread them all the way through as you will have to remove some parts that are already assembled. One of my castors had been poorly threaded and would not screw into the base without reworking the threads. Fortunately, I used to work in a machine shop, so a vice and a couple of files fixed that. The CO2 assembly is stainless and appears to be very high quality. There are 2 gauges on the regulator and the shut-off valves are stainless. The CO2 system was much nicer than the brass manifold in my EdgeStar which only had a single gauge. Fit and finish is just ok. The catch tray on top looks fine if you put it under the tower collar. The stainless on the door is quite thin so it shows some wrinkles. Why they didn't center the "Nostalgia Electrics" logo on the front door is a mystery. Two 1/6 kegs fit nicely inside. Initially, I found the unit getting too cold, and over several days kept raising the temp until I got a consistent 38 deg in the morning. The final setting was at the warmer end of the dial. I have outside in a covered patio where the ambient temp averages about 76. Overall, I am happy with the unit, beer is nice and cold and don't have to recycle barrels of bottles anymore. The Nostalgia unit wasn't my first choice, but I live on an island where neither Sears nor Lowes could get me their units. Credit to Home Depot for getting it over here in a month as a special order.
Date published: 2016-03-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Some advice (learned the hard way) Being new to homebrewing I made a few things after I ordered this kegerator. While I love the unit it did wind up costing me substantially more because of the configuration. This is only setup for commercial kegs and not refillable homebrew kegs. Which means that all connections have to be changed which is not as easy as it looks/sounds. While most if not all brewers will tell you that the 2 1/2 lb CO2 tank is enough...it may be but...try finding someone who will fill it. I was told by all that 5 was the lowest that they would fill due to inaccurate readings on the 2.5. I tried going to AirGas but could never get them when they were open...so, I had to buy a 5lb-er. The biggest gripe that I have is that while this is a twin tap the regulator is really only built for one. Impossible to push 2 different brews thru one regulator at the same PSI (honey hefeweizen and an IPA). So, I had to invest an additional $110 for a dual regulator with 2 separate psi settings. It sounds like I'm complaining but I'm not...great unit...just be prepared to spend extra $$ if using for homebrew!
Date published: 2015-07-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product Overall a good product for the price. The only complaints I have are that the assembly instructions are unclear at times and I experienced a few valve connection issues; but it still is a fun product.
Date published: 2012-01-03
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