Brew Cave Walk-In Beer Cooler & Kegerator

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Man simply could not survive without a beer, and it’s hard to argue that the majority of men wouldn’t pick a cold one over… well,  just about anything. Seeing that our love for the suds run so deeply, it should go without saying that your standard fridge just isn’t going to cut it when it comes to storing the ultimate collection of beer.

Wine cellars are all the rage these days, but if wine isn’t your go to drink, you might be better served picking up one of these Brew Caves for your beer collection. Essentially a walk in, climate controlled cooler, the Brew Cave will store and chill up to 30 cases and 4 kegs of beer, whic is plenty of room to stash a variety of different styles to suit your mood for any given day. There’s even a fully functional draft system attached. Think of it more like heaven than a traditional cooler. Prices start at $7,200. [Purchase]

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