KegLand Series X Kegerator

  • Item #B26
  • Price: $749.99
  • Part #KL13512

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•  Designed by Homebrewers for Homebrewers

•  Wide 26° to 82° F Range
•  Holds four Cornelius style homebrew kegs (8½" diameter)
•  Holds three 1/6 Barrel Commercial Sankey Kegs (9 3/16" diameter)
•  Latest Nukatap Faucets with all tower options
•  Easy to connect Duotight fittings included with all towers
•  Tower Cooling Fan with front panel switch
•  Converts to a Fermentation Chamber and includes a wire shelf
•  Removable Drip Tray for Easy Cleaning
•  Approved For Indoor Commercial Use
  One Year Warranty (and we stock all vital spare parts in case you need them after the warranty period)

Cold does not rise. You will find that a beer tower elevated above a refrigerator will always remain warmer than the refrigerator, resulting in initial pours from the kegerator that are warm and foamy, followed by colder pours once you have dispensed a beer or two. At home this is a real problem, unless you pour beers in quick succession. This is the only kegerator to include a tower cooling fan as standard equipment, and also feature a fan on/off switch on the front digital control panel.
 
The beauty of the KegLand Series X is the extended range thermostat included. Unlike kegerators with standard 30° to 50° temperature ranges, the Series X can be adjusted easily with the front panel digital display from 26° to 82° F (ambient temperature permitting), which means you can also use your kegerator as a fermentation chamber for ales in summer, a small refrigerator for food items, or even a wine cellar. Keep in mind the unit only cools, and does not heat, and a temperature of say 65 degrees F. is only possible if the temperature outside the kegerator is 65 degrees or warmer.

The drip tray rests on top of the unit, and can be removed for easy cleaning. This simple two piece design cleans up quick in your sink, and eliminates the need to clean a sticky drip tray on the unit.

 Included with all models are a a C02 bottle mounting bracket, and integral tower cooling fan.  You will need to provide a flat bottom 5 pound C02 cylinder (available at welding supply stores and fire extingisher serice firms). You select the beer tower/faucet option that is right for you, and a free KegLand MK4 Dual Gauge Regulator is included.

Setup is easy with Duotight connections included for everything from the faucet shanks to the included regulator. These make it easy to connect and disconnect gas and beer lines, and eliminate the need for hose clamps. As noted below, you will need additional parts depending on how many faucets you get, and if you want to dispense home brew or a commercial keg.

Important Installation Note: Series X kegerators need 4" of clearance on both sides and the back of the unit when installing so they do not overheat. This model cannot be installed flush into a countertop with no side clearance like a dishwasher. The side walls have radiators inside that dissipate heat, and they cannot be blocked. These are designed for indoor use, and a maximum ambient temperature of 85° F. or less.

Note: The Four Faucet Tower option should only be ordered if you are dispensing home brew kegs, as this unit only holds three five gallon sankey commercial kegs.

Needed but not included for each ball lock home brew keg supplied faucet in your tower:
1 B11 Threaded Gas Ball Lock
1 B12 Threaded Beer Ball Lock
2 Z93 Duotight Flare Adapters

For example, if you buy a Triple Tower and plan on dispensing three ball lock kegs, you will need:
3 B11 Threaded Gas Ball Locks
3 B12 Threaded Beer Ball Locks
6 Z93 Duotight Flare Adapters

Needed but not included for each Sankey commercial beer keg supplied faucet in your tower:
1 C34 Stainless Sankey Coupler with relief valve

For example, if you buy a Double Faucet Tower and plan on dispensing two commercial kegs, you will need:
2 C34 Sankey Couplers

Outside Dimensions:

24" wide
25" deep, 31" with C02 Bottle Mounted on back
33.5" tall (just the box, no drip tray, caster wheels, tower, or chrome guard rail)
36" tall (with caster wheels but no drip tray, tower, or chrome guard rail)
52" tall with caster wheels and tower

Internal Dimensions:
19.5" wide
16" deep
28.25" tall

Power Consumption:
.09 Amps

The Kegs Below Will Fit Inside

Homebrew:
5 Gallon 8½" diameter Ball Lock or Pin Lock  Cornelius Keg - 4 ( or 2 Ball Lock and one 1/6 barrel Sankey keg)
2.5 Gallon 8½" diameter Cornelius Keg - 4
5 Gallon 9¼" diameter Cornelius Ball or Pin Lock Keg - 3

Commercial Kegs:
5.16 Gallon Sixth Barrel - 3 
7¾ Gallon any type - 1
15½ Gallon - 1

Note: The All Rounder Fermzilla will fit, although the 27 Liter Fermzilla with valve is too tall to fit.



 


Normal Kegerator Operating Sounds

KegLand Kegerators have been manufactured with the new r600a refrigerant gas used on many appliances. It is used because it is the most environmentally friendly gas and it is also extremely energy efficient. The new r600a gas does make some unusual sounds and we have recorded, amplfied, and included links to the sounds below so you know what kind of sounds this modern unit makes (all units with r600a gas make similar sounds).


If you want to know how loud this unit is before ordering, download a sound meter app for your smartphone or get an inexpensive decibel meter. Reference the figures below which give the noise level when the compressor is on and put your decibel meter by your computer speaker, and turn up the speaker until the meter reads 44 to 62 db. This will give you a good idea of the sound a kegerator makes when running.  Keep in mind, that like a refrigerator, it only makes noise when it is cooling, so it is silent a lot of the time.

Outside the rear of the unit from the Compressor (ranges from 50 to 62 db with a sound meter) Click Here
Outside the back of the unit one foot from the Compressor (ranges from 52 to 65 db with a sound meter)  Click Here


Click here for assembly and use instructions.

Click here for warranty information

Click here for 60 day return policy terms.

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Average rating 9.12 out of 10 ( based on 50 reviews )

Great

Review by Al Coholic on 10/9/2021

Great kegerator, had a series 4 but the power board burned out. Replaced that with the X. Bought a series X replacement power board and swapped it with the series 4 bad one and the 4 is back up and running.

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Review by Bob Bailey on 10/8/2021

Excellent machine. Has a lower cooling range than most. You really can get ice cold beer

Best Covid19 purchase

Review by Ken H on 10/8/2021

High quality, does require defrosting. Purchased this early on during the shutdown so that we could continue to enjoy our local breweries as well as support them. Great to have for parties and other get-togethers!

Good but with some questions

Review by Nick on 10/22/2020

So far this kegerator has been working out, I’ve used it both to ferment and serve in. Keep in mind it does take awhile with multiple cycles to drop from say a 68 degree ferm temp to 34 degree serving, but I expected that. One thing that concerns me though, the temp reading when it gets within target range of your set temp it trips the compressor to get to work, that’s great and expected. However, since it’s a 2 degree bump each time, when it gets close to target temp and is rapidly moving back and forth this causes the compressor to kick on then off a couple times as it really hasn’t fully registered that the temp is over. I’m afraid this is going to burn out the capacitor or other parts of the kegerator. Is this expected Williams Brewing? Or do I have a defective unit that needs attention? William's Brewing Responds: The series X has a fairly tight differential which means the compressor shuts on and off a bit more than on the series 4. We believe this is not a problem as it has a more robust compressor than the older model.

Weird Noises and Loud

Review by Gary on 9/15/2020

These kegerators (the Mark 4 version which I purchased) are annoyingly loud and make very strange noises. I'm also getting quite a bit of temperature fluctuation (+-8 degs). In retrospect wish I would have bought a different brand. No problems with Williams Brewing though, a first rate company.

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Sep 10, 2021 by Dcm

Q: How far from the back edge and side is the center of the tap? I have to cut a hole for it to go through a piece of wood and I’d like to know where it is positioned.

A: The measurements from the side to the center of the hole the tower mounts above is eleven and fifteen sixteenths inches (11-15/16") and from the back to the center of the hole is eight and five sixteenths inches (8 - 5/16"). The important thing is that you leave adequate space around the kegerator. Series X kegerators need 4" of clearance on both sides and the back of the unit when installing so they do not overheat. This model cannot be installed flush into a countertop with no side clearance like a dishwasher. The side walls have radiators inside that dissipate heat, and they cannot be blocked.


Aug 23, 2021 by Jonathan Flowers

Q: Does this require any gas distributor for multiple kegs? Also, what are the options if you want different carb levels for different kegs? looking at 3 kegs/3 faucets

A: No, if you buy a tower, it comes with a gas line with enough T fittings to split the gas to supply how ever many faucets are in the tower. For different pressures, you can put an inline regulator like our item C11 between the regulator and one of the kegs, to reduce the pressure down to about 10 psi (in case you want to set your regulator at 30 psi to carbonate the other keg). For a more precise setup, you could get a dual body regulator like our item D92.


May 23, 2021 by Dan

Q: Can I use the tap tower from my Series 4 on this? My series 4 isn’t cooling anymore and would like to just swap towers.

A: Yes, it will fit perfectly.


Apr 21, 2021 by Cold enough

Q: Does this actually keep beer cold? I had a different brand, that struggled to keep my beer at 36 degrees.

A: Yes, it can keep beer colder than 32 if you like.


Apr 15, 2021 by John

Q: Can this unit run on a typical 15A electrical circuit?

A: Yes


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