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Nostalgia Electrics KRS2100 Kegorator Beer Keg Fridge, Black

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  • Full-size single-tap refrigerated beer dispenser
  • Accommodates 1 full- or pony-size keg or 2 5-gallon kegs
  • Keeps beer carbonated for weeks; chrome guardrail; 4 durable casters
  • Empty CO2 bottle included
  • Measures 20-2/7 by 26 by 32 inches; 90-day limited warranty
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Technical Details
Brand NameNostalgia Electrics
Model InfoKRS-2100
Item Weight96 pounds
Product Dimensions20.3 x 26 x 32 inches
Item model numberKRS-2100
Part Number 082677121004
Colorblack
Capacity Name Los Angeles
Material Type Metal
  
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Additional Information
ASINB000HJVYDQ
Best Sellers Rank #2,012 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight97 pounds
ShippingThis item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
Date First AvailableAugust 22, 2007
  
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Nostalgia Electrics KRS2100 Kegorator Beer Keg Fridge, Black

The Nostalgia Electrics KRS2100 Kegorator Beer Keg Fridge in Black dispenses beer easily and quickly to even the thirstiest crew.

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Swivel casters make it mobile enough to roll around the clubhouse, pool area or anywhere you want to get the party started. The included 2.5-pound CO2 bottle is good for about four 15-gallon kegs and the fridge features a semi-gloss black tap tower with spring loaded, top-mounted tapper.

A chrome guard rail and drip tray finishes the look of the durable black counter top. Keep track of the amount of CO2 in the tank or adjust pressure with the included double meter regulator.

This product is ideal for home brewers or just relaxing at home.

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  • Holds one full size 1/2 barrel keg, one 1/4 barrel pony size keg or two 5-gallon D system kegs
  • Keg coupler fits D system valves and does not fit non-standard keg sizes
  • Adjustable thermostat with interior temperature range of unit is 30-40 degrees F
  • Includes empty 2.5-pound CO2 bottle, double meter regulator and drip tray
  • Spring loaded beer tapper
  • Approved for commercial and household use
  • Four casters provide easy portability
  • Black finish

The Double Regulator works the CO2 Tank and measures PSI (pounds per square inch), as well as the volume of the CO2 gas in the Cylinder. Set Output Pressure Gauge between 8-12 PSI for a nice, frothy head.

Item Specs
  • The kegorator is designed for indoor use only - it should not be used outdoors
  • The kegorator is designed to be freestanding and should not be placed in a built-in or recessed area
  • The kegorator comes with a 2.5 lb. CO2 bottle, which should be able to dispense four 15 gallon kegs of beer
  • Kegorator capacity: 4.6 cu. ft.
  • Kegorator unit dimensions: L 20.25" x W 25.75" x H 48.50"
  • Kegorator unit weight: 77.6 lbs.

The following dimensions are recommended for clearances around the kegorator: Sides 3/4" (19 mm) Back 1" (25 mm)

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Customer Reviews

The instructions have been completely revamped and are very easy to follow.
Ryan Barnhart
Upon affixing my new regulator and air hoses I realized that the beer comes out WAY too fast causing an excessive amount of foam.
Lawrence Bessey
If you want to buy a unit and have to do very little to it - this probably isn't the best choice.
K. Mains

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329 of 338 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Barnhart on July 29, 2011
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For starters, stop reading reviews prior to 2011. The early issues with this kegerator have been addressed to the point Nostalgia really should assign it a new model number. As reported by others the regulator is now a pretty nice dual gauge unit, with a lockable output valve. Meaning once you get your CO2 settings dialed in you can lock the knob so it doesn't get changed accidentally while changing out a keg, etc. Also, the unit is dead quiet.

The instructions have been completely revamped and are very easy to follow. All the spare parts provided have been labeled in the manual, no mysteries there either. Before this arrived I downloaded a PDF copy of the old instructions, and it's true the early buyers were basically left in the dark.

I followed the instructions, charged my tank, threw in a 1/4 barrel, and no problems at all. The beer has a perfect head on it, and my monitoring of temps have been hovering around 34-35f. That's with the thermostat set to maximum, so I'll be watching that closely. I don't want my beer to freeze!

A few things to note:

1) The keg tower rubber washer (#5) was not already installed, and is not really mentioned in the manual. Be sure to install it otherwise there's not a tight seal between the tower and fridge and cool air will escape. You'll know if it's not on because the tower installs too easy and doesn't feel tight. The nice side effect of this design is that the tower is basically cooled, so less stale beer in the line.

2) A 5 pound CO2 tank will fit with a full 1/2 barrel, and can be bought at a local gas supply or welding shop filled for about 50 bucks. Refills on the tank are around $9. The 2.5 pound tank shipped is fine, and I'll be filling it so I have a full tank at all times. The 2.
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118 of 120 people found the following review helpful By J. Martin on January 27, 2012
NOTE: I've updated this post in March of 2013, after a year of ownership. My basic feelings of the kegerator are still the same--but I just wanted to update some of the information provided in this review. In summary, I did end up replacing the regulator with a higher-quality one.

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This is an excellent kegerator. We purchased it as a Christmas gift for my dad, and we are currently on our second half-barrel of lager! I was a bit skeptical of this based on previous reviews, but as many reviews state, Nostalgia had changed some parts and old issues are no longer present with this model.

LOOKS
We all think it's a good looking unit. Nostalgia offers the same unit but with a stainless steel door. I decided against the stainless steel model because we currently have stainless steel appliances and they show smudges and fingerprints easily. We keep the kegerator in our garage so the black is more appropriate. This unit also features a rounded front door, so the keg partially hangs out when the door is open. Most other kegerators have a flat door, which makes the whole unit looks larger. It is also not the highest quality appliance you will find, as the internals of this unit seem to be a bit plasticky, especially next to a nice, expensive refrigerator. But if you temper your expectations, you will be very happy with it.

ASSEMBLY
The instructions are a bit frustrating. Each section doesn't seem to be in proper order. Also, there are plenty of extra little parts that come with it. I still don't know where they all go, but it's good to have them I guess.
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67 of 76 people found the following review helpful By peruzzijl on January 31, 2011
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I was a little hesitant buying this kegerator because of some of the bad reviews it received from this site and others. However, I trusted Amazon to take the return if it came in broken or did not perform. I've had this item for about 2 weeks now and I have to say it works beautifully. If you are concerned about the following items don't be:

Thermostat does not keep the beer cold enough - false, I've had to turn down the fridge because it was TOO cold. Did not modify it at all.
Regulator only has one gauge - false, this kegerator came with a dual gauge regulator.
Slow shipment - false, ordered with prime, shipped 3 hours after I ordered it, packaged very well.
CO2 tank held by cheap band - false, CO2 tank is held by a plastic mesh and fits very nicely in the back.

Overall this has surpassed by expectations for a kegerator under $400
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By LIM on April 28, 2012
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I too was a little skeptical at first, but it all worked out fine. First off; read, read, read others reviews for installation tips. I did and it all worked out for the best. First off, if you're going to go ahead and upgrade to a 5-gal CO2 tank, do it and order at the same time you order your kegorator. You'll end up saving a few dollars. I didn't and instead of paying $60 through Amazon, I paid $90 + tax for an empty tank. Here are more recommendations:
1. The instuctions are a little vague, but try to follow them and the recommendations of others. There are lots of extra little gaskets and misc. parts that are shipped with your unit. Don't panic and think you've missed a step.
2. As recomended, use teflon tape on all fittings.
3. It doesn't tell you in the manual, but do as others recommende and USE the rubber gasket when you install the beer dispenser tower. I sprayed the gasket with WD-40 first. It was still a bit of work to twist and lock the tower, but if you omit installing this gasket, you'll lose cold air.
4. When you first instal your CO2 tank to set your pressure, be sure to turn the regulator valve all the way off, the open the tank valve (just one turn), then open your regulator valve to the required pressue (7-11 psi). I found it easier to set the preferred pressure at the CO2 valve and when it stabilized, I used the allen wrench to lock the regulator valve at that pressure. Note: Be patient when making this adjustment. Turn it slighly and wait for it to stabilize.
5. I was one of the unfortunate few who's kegorator did not get cold enough at first. The coldest it got was 40 degrees with it turned to MAX and waiting overnight for it to cool down.
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