I love beer, and I love it cold, and I love it on tap. Draft beer is the best way to drink a beer, and I hate to have it any other way. If you know anything about draft beer then you know that it comes from a keg. Currently, I am saving up my money to buy a mini kegerator or a large full-size kegerator.
Thankfully there are many places on the internet where you can find great reviews of kegerators. As I’m researching the different kegerators out there, I am starting to lean towards getting a mini kegerator because of the size. I live in an apartment, and I don’t know if I have the room for a full-size kegerator. But, with a smaller 5 L kegerator I know that I can easily put it on my countertop and not worry about it.
The issue is whether or not a 5l keg will provide me with the amount of beer that I want to be comfortable? I guess I have to begin to look at the lesser of two evils. Truthfully, the space is a big factor, so I’m probably going to have to go with getting a small kegerator just to save space.
I’m not worried about it because the ultimate purpose is to get draft beer in the house and a 5L kegerator will do just that for me. These small kegerators are also very sophisticated. A lot of them are portable, and have temperature controls available with them. Another plus is a lot of craft beer makers are beginning to make a lot more 5L kegs giving me more options to enjoy a lot of different types of beer.
If you are like me and looking for a kegerator source to find more ways to keep your keg cold then check out this site: kegeratorsource.org. I don’t think you will be disappointed with the level of service they provide in showcasing the best of the best in the kegerator world. Now…what keg do I want to purchase first???