Tagged: bar fridge
- December 8, 2011 at 8:13 pm #19152Anonymous
I’d like to see plans for a bottled beer cooler rather than a keg cooler. Something for those of us who prefer bottled beer rather than tap beer. Similar to the kegger design, but with doors either top load or front load. Thanks, and cheers!January 25, 2012 at 10:53 am #20762
Just add a center shelf and you can get a whole lot of bottled beer in the keg box. The caveat is that you’d be opening it way too much, and that’s not recommended.
When is comes to bottled beer coolers, save your clams for something like these:
The glass front units are very cool, but quite expensive. I’m saving up for one myself.
Gotta remember with these units, freight is included in the price and they are heavy!October 1, 2016 at 11:19 pm #33780
I know it’s a late response, but the pub at the minesite I used to work at had bar fridges for items that were not as commonly requested (premixed spirits, wine etc.) and simply used a number of sinks filled with ice cubes for the more commonly requested cans and bottles of beer.
End of trading cleanup was easy, pull the sink plug – that’s if they even used one in the first place!November 26, 2016 at 9:31 am #37101sam2014Participant
open bins are definitely the way to go for speed bar tending, but for home use I just use a cheap midium size fridge behind the bar. In the back kitchen area, I have a full sized fridge with an ice maker. If you upgrade your kitchen fridge and it still works, move it to your bar location rather than to the curb.
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