Jun 08, 2019 by Steve

Q: The tower has excessive sweating at times, it's located in my basement. other than not running the fan is there any other options? I never has an issues with condensation on my old kegerator. Thanks

A: You could try insulating the tower better with another layer of insulation, such as the bubble wrap silver stuff sold at Home Depot. Other than that, leaving the fan off is best if you do not plan to pour beer for a while.


Mar 01, 2019 by Dan

Q: What is the power draw on this kegerator - such as when the compressor first kicks on to cool the fridge down (usually the max power draw) as well as normal operation. I would like to put one in a room that shares outlets and dont want to trip the breaker

A: As with most high draw appliances the kegerator should be on a dedicated 15 amp circuit as the draw upon startup can be between 6-8 amps.


Feb 26, 2019 by Matt

Q: If you don't chose the optional lift gate delivery, do you have to unload it off the truck yourself?

A: Yes, unless you live in an area that GSO delivers, which is CA, OR, WA, parts of NV, AZ, UT, NM, and ID.


Jan 26, 2019 by Andrew

Q: What parts do I need to use this with a combination of commercial kegs and homebrew kegs? Assume all I would own is what comes in the box.

A: You would need a Sankey coupler Item B70 (plated brass) or B71 (stainless steel) P61 and P62 Sankey ball lock conversion Ball lock gas and beer fittings of your choice A regulator and a Co2 tank


Jan 07, 2019 by Mark

Q: Is the tower itself made of stainless steel or chrome?

A: Type 304 Stainless steel with a brushed finish


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