|Item Weight||14.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||21 x 12 x 18 inches|
|Item model number||1500634567|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Capacity||17.91 Cubic Feet|
KRUPS and HEINEKEN B100 BeerTender with Heineken Draught Keg Technology,Black
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- Maintains beer at the ideal temperature of 37.4 degrees F
- Engineered to work exclusively with Heineken, Heineken Premium Light and Newcastle Brown Ale
- Ultra quiet and efficient Peltier cooling system provides constant and consistent cooling of the keg
- DraughtKeg and Beertender keep beer fresh for 30 days after tapping
- LED temperature indicator; large removable drip tray; 5 draught tubes included; 70 watts; 2-year worldwide warranty
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KRUPS, part of the world wide leader group of small appliances and Heineken, the leader in European Premium Imported Beer have partnered together to create the ultimate at home draught beer experience. The KRUPS B100 BeerTender technology is compatible with the Heineken DraughtKeg system which utilizes an internal carbonator pressure unit. With 25 patented components, the Heineken DraughtKeg unit releases Co2 every time the tap is opened, ensuring the beer remains fresh for up to 30 days and allows for a crisp quality beer with Heinekens' signature head of foam and trademark "bite". The KRUPS BeerTender Peltier silent cooling system provides constant and consistent cooling of the 5L Heineken DraughtKeg and will keep it at the ideal temperature of 37.4 degrees F. Easy to operate, just run the keg's plastic tube to the KRUPS BeerTender tap and you're done. It's that simple. Inserting a keg takes less than 15-seconds. The KRUPS BeerTender has an LED display temperature indicator. It features an authentic tap, a detachable draw spout and a removable tray for an easy cleaning. The unit comes with 5 disposable draught keg tubes. Beautifully designed, the KRUPS BeerTender is compatible with the Heineken DraughtKeg system: Heineken, Heineken Premium Light, Newcastle Brown Ale.
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It's a big hit at parties. Friends coming over just love it.
The minikegs are hard to find, and the local bevmo only stocks the Heineken, not the light or the Newcastle. And those are the only mini kegs compatible with this unit (they are pre-carbonated, so you don't need an additional C02 canister). There are vague references to youtube videos about conversion kits that let you use other kegs or home brew, but that seems like a lot of work. if you only drink Pliny the Elder or if you are some other kind of beer snob, this isn't the unit for you.
The beertender tubes are labeled for single use, and cannot be re-used. You also have to throw away the taps that already come with the minikegs, or do you? Has anyone successfully used those taps or modified them for use in the beertender?
The beertender tubes seem longer than they need to be, and you sort of need to bend them around to make them fit. This is puzzling to me. If you know there are exactly "x" inches from the center of the keg to the tap, why not make the proprietary tubes that same length? Is there some danger of high pressure leading to excessive foam if there was less resistance in the tube? There are no pictures showing the proper placement of the beertender tubes, so I'm not sure if I am putting them in right. The Beertender closes, the beer comes out fine, so I guess it doesn't really matter, but it would just be easier if you didn't have to rotate around the keg and the tube to get it to fit correctly into the tap channel.
The beertender tubes only come with a Heineken label. Party foul! What if I want one that says Newcastle? Too bad.
I have been unable to find anyone who will take back the mini kegs for recycling. Not the recycler stations, and not Bevmo. I challenge you, Krups and Heineken and Newcastle to come up with a greener option. Your vendors selling the kegs should be required to take them back. You should be able to recycle and reuse the kegs and the beer tubes. For now, my solution is just to give them to the city in my recycle bin, and pray that they know what to do with them.
By Msthea on October 23, 2017
Other reviewers have mentioned issues they have had with the BeerTender but I have had zero issues since purchase. There is zero noise and the two lights are on top so they don't shine very much. I do wish it had a gauge for an 'estimated amount remaining' but having a spare mini-keg is not too difficult. It does takes a little bit of time to learn how to do a perfect pour with the small dispenser (smaller than an ordinary keg) but it is possible. This is a great addition for our game nights frees up space in our refrigerator. No one NEEDs this, but it sure is nice to have.
If you want it, I recommend it!