Jun 23, 2022 by jeff

Q: Can i mount this under a bar as long as i have 4 inch clearance on sides & rear?

A: If you have 4" of clearance on both side and the back, you should be fine.


Feb 07, 2022 by Carol

Q: My husband just bought one of these. It’s really noisy. Is this normal?

A: Follow this link and click on the "More Details" tab for an example of normal sound levels. https://www.williamsbrewing.com/Gifts-More/Gift-Locator/Beer-Gifts-Over-30000/KegLand-Series-4-Kegerator


Nov 07, 2021 by Andrew

Q: Will a 27.25" Torpedo ball lock keg fit? (the 6 US gallon version) Looks like it might just make it but not listed as such. Fittings are below the top so they don't add any height.

A: Yes, the inside is 28.25" tall


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.


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