Best Kegerators

Updated November 2020

Consumers turn to Buyers Trend to find the best products at the best price. Our top picks for kegerators are data-driven by user reviews and popularity trends from across the web.


4.8 / 5
364 Reviews

EdgeStar KC2000 Full Size Single Tap Kegerator

  • Holds US Standard 1/4 & 1/2 Kegs
  • 5 lb CO2 Cylinder Included (empty)
  • Great Beer Temps: Low 30's to Mid 40's
  • 90-Day Labor Warranty / 1-Year Parts


4.4 / 5
74 Reviews

Kegco HBK309S-2 Kegerator with Double Taps

  • Digital Temperature Control with LED Display
  • Large Interior Stores up to 3 Cornelius Kegs
  • Deep Chill Function Continuously Runs 24 Hours
  • Easily Converts Into a Refrigerator with 2 Shelves


4.7 / 5
178 Reviews

EdgeStar KC2000SSTWIN Stainless Steel Dual Tap Kegerator

  • Upgrade from the Single Tap KC2000 Model
  • 5 lb CO2 Cylinder Included (empty)
  • Low 30's to Mid 40's Temps for Great Beer
  • 90-Day Labor Warranty / 1-Year Parts


4.5 / 5
25 Reviews

Frigidaire EFRB200 Single Tap Stainless Steel Kegerator

  • Large 6.1 Cubic Feet of Space
  • Heavy Duty Swivel Rollers for Mobility
  • Holds up to 4 Keg Sizes (Empty CO2 Tank Included)
  • Easily Converts into a Mini Refrigerator

Kegerator Buying Guide

You’ve just fought your way through traffic and made it home safely from work. You walk inside to relax and power down from a long day, but something is missing. Where can you get a nice, cold fresh pint of beer without having to change clothes and schlep your way to a bar? Why not walk to your own kegerator and pour yourself a cold mug of your own beer?

The age of the kegerator is at hand and there are options out there that are more affordable than you might think. Do you want a mini-kegerator or a full sized one? Do you want to store your kegerator in the garage, the man-cave, or outside on your covered patio? These are just some of the questions you’ll need to consider before purchasing your own beer refrigerator and having your friends descend upon you like you’re the local bar.

Kegerator Size & Features

So what are the options for the beer enthusiast who wants to drink draft beer in the comfort of their own home? As for size you can go from the mini-kegerator (also called a table or counter top kegerator) which can hold up to 5 liters of beer all the way up to a full size kegerator which can handle a full keg of beer.

The only restrictions would be the physical size and the size of your bank account as full sized kegerators are not for those seeking a cheap bargain. While most kegerators come with wheels on them so they can be easily moved from place to place, not all are so fitted. Some are designed to be put in one place and stay there, such as under a counter or built into an outdoor bar top.

Some are made for indoor use while there are those which are designed to be placed outdoors for use. The main distinction would be the use of stainless steel for the outdoor kegerator so it won’t rust over time.

Should you go with a single or a double tap? Most users who love to entertain guests go with a double tap so you can place two smaller kegs inside for variety. Maybe you want to go all in and get a kegerator which comes with a digital temperature control. That’ll give you the ideal means of controlling beer temperature and will impress your friends when they come over to indulge.

Perhaps you want little guard rails on the top of the kegerator so that no one can have a glass of that ambrosia slide off the side and break on the ground? It’s all up to you.

Beer Freshness & Maintenance

Keeping beer fresh is a number one priority and most depends on whether the beer is pasteurized or not. If you purchase pasteurized beer, then it will stay fresh in a CO2 driven kegerator for up to 4 months. If you purchase unpasteurized beer then the half-life of fresh beer drops to just 2 months.

Another consideration is going to be the maintenance of your kegerator. You will need to clean the lines and the tap. Most experts suggest running a cleaning solution through your beer lines every two weeks, however you can do it once every six weeks.

Perhaps the easiest way to remember to clean the lines is between every keg. Bacteria and yeast clogs will build up in your beer which may either just clog the lines and make your beer have that not too fresh taste. If you never clean your beer lines at all, it can make you sick. So clean those lines on time and keep enjoying your brew right at home!

Kegerator Prices

As you might expect, with the variety of kegerators comes the variety in prices. The larger the kegerator and the more bells and whistles you desire, the higher price you will pay. Or you can just get the run of the mill ordinary beer dispenser for a much smaller price.

Kegerators range in price from $399 up to a hefty $2,500. Bust unless you are planning on opening your own bar, you can find a good kegerator for your home between $399 and $599.