EdgeStar Kegerator

The EdgeStar kegerator allows you to enjoy cold draft beer at a low price. This is a value-priced kegerator that still offers the features of a higher priced unit.

It has a large enough capacity to hold most keg sizes. A standard half-barrel keg will fit with no problem but the rubberized kegs and bulged kegs used by some Miller and Coors beers will not fit.

Key Features

  • Accommodates 1/2, 1/4, and 1/6 kegs
  • Comes with all connections
  • Drip Tray
  • Chrome guardrail
  • Chrome Beer Tower
  • Casters

Color Options

  • EdgeStar KC2000 Kegerator - All black exterior
  • EdgeStar KC2000SS Kegerator - Black exterior with a stainless steel door

The price will vary depending on the color you choose but the typical range is $500 to $600 delivered.

This is one of the least expensive kegerators available but it is still a quality kegerator.

It comes with an American made Sankey tap that fits almost all North American kegs, a single gage regulator, chrome tower, faucet and all of the lines and connections you need. You also get an empty CO2 tank to complete the system.

All of the components are standard sized and can be easily upgraded.

When you're ready to connect your first keg, just use the included easy to follow instructions. You will be pouring beer in no time.

One other key feature is the included shelves. Switch between a kegerator and small fridge by removing the keg components and adding the shelves.

The good online reviews and the low price definitley make it a top choice.

Both EdgeStar models come with the same features just pick the one that you like the best.

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