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Best gift ever for the beer connoisseur. With its own CO2 cartridge, it's designed to dispense any and all 5-liter kegs, pressurized and otherwise. Keeps keg fresh at optimal serving temp for 30 days. Cool for tailgating, RVs, picnics and boats, it includes both AC and DC adaptors and 3 CO2 cartridge.
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What is meant by "Keeps keg fresh at optimal serving temp for 30 days"? Is this how long each co2 cartridge lasts?
Curtis W on May 6, 2017
Customer Reviews

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CO2 Leak
Not very happy there is a CO2 leak in the system
December 13, 2012
Beer Lover
This is a great product my brother and I love have a fresh cold beer on tap. The C02 cartdridge leaked the second time I used it but it might have been the way I fastened the cartdridge. Overall a great prodcut and all my friends love it.
May 16, 2013
Keeps beer cold and fresh!
This machine is fun to use, and is superior to (and less expensive than) the Krups beer dispensers, which only accept mini kegs with a self-contained CO2 capsule. So with those, you're limited to Heineken, Heineken Light, and New Castle Brown Ale. This one has several adapters to work with many different mini keg types, so it's much more versatile.

The air pressure and temperature are adjustable, so you can fine tune the carbonation and temperature to your liking.

On the downside, I do think the ID of the tubing could have been a bit larger to minimize foaming. Also, while instructions were included for assembly, there were none for cleaning the tubing, so you have to figure it out for yourself. Finally, the CO2 tanks/capsules add some additional cost (when you can find them).

Overall I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys fresh draft beer (and who doesn't?).
September 5, 2013
over 3 years ago