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Insignia 5.6 Cu. Ft. 1-Tap Beverage Cooler & Kegerator EXPIRED

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Best Buy.com has Insignia 5.6 Cu. Ft. 1-Tap Beverage Cooler & Kegerator (Stainless Steel, NS-BK1TSS6) on sale for $299.99. Shipping is free or select free store pickup where available. Thanks LostND80s

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The Insignia 5.6 Cu. Ft. 1-Tap Beverage Cooler & Kegerator has a 4.5 out of 5 star overall rating based on 291 reviews -Corwin

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Insignia™ - 5.6 Cu. Ft. 1-Tap Beverage Cooler Kegerator - Stainless steel [bestbuy.com]

Insignia™ - 5.6 Cu. Ft. Dual Tap Beverage Cooler & Kegerator - Black stainless steel [bestbuy.com]

This is similar to the deal a few weeks back, except it's stainless steel instead of the matte black. The other versions are "on sale" as well, but these are clearly the best deals.

Includes CO2 tank & Regulator. Both are the same interior size as far as I can tell. Very positive reviews.

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You can make a bigger / better kegerator out of a chest freezer. Google "keezer".

A new 7.0cf chest freezer will run $150-200. Supplies, temperature controller, co2 tank, regulator will easily run you $100-150 more. You could probably get up to 4 taps into something like that.

If I were putting this in the garage, that I would DIY it. For in the home, I like the look of this one better. Just my $0.02.
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Sucks in Utah it's illegal to have a keg...

"Utah has a keg beer law that prohibits anyone other than a licensed beer retailer from possessing beer (3.2%) in containers larger than two liters."
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I agree that converting a chest freezer is the way to go. After looking at a ton of options, I settled on a 4-tap system with extra regulators. I wanted to be able to dial in each line with specific pressure rather than just split it through a distribution box. I also purchased a few korny kegs to make cleaning lines easier, plus I plan on brewing my own rootbeer and eventually IPA.

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Perlick 650SS Faucets w/ flow control https://www.amazon.com/Perlick-Fa...50ss&psc=1
Johnson A419 Controller (it's cheaper to buy one not wired and diy, which is easier than you think) https://blackhawksupply.com/produ...4231678342
Taprite T752HP Two Product Dual Pressure Kegerator CO2 Regulator https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
Taprite 3 Way Secondary Air Regulator https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
10-lb CO2 Tank - Buy a used one since you will have to trade it in each time anyways. I got mine from a local welder supply.


Here's a picture of my setup:
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Anyone ever tried to make one of these? I've always been curious what the cost is vs. Buying one.
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Anyone ever tried to make one of these? I've always been curious what the cost is vs. Buying one.
You can make a bigger / better kegerator out of a chest freezer. Google "keezer".

A new 7.0cf chest freezer will run $150-200. Supplies, temperature controller, co2 tank, regulator will easily run you $100-150 more. You could probably get up to 4 taps into something like that.

If I were putting this in the garage, that I would DIY it. For in the home, I like the look of this one better. Just my $0.02.
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So they change the SKU to prevent us getting the $30 back from the last deal?
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Does this have a lock? Didn't see it referenced anywhere.
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Must resist!
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When I was pricing out something in a similar size to make, the cost was pretty comparable - The best thing about this is saving you time, and there's a warranty for the whole system. I have the dual tap and it does a decent job, I've removed the fittings and converted it to ball-lock. Only thing I'd fix is adding a cooling getup for the tower so there's less foam when pouring.
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Sucks in Utah it's illegal to have a keg...

"Utah has a keg beer law that prohibits anyone other than a licensed beer retailer from possessing beer (3.2%) in containers larger than two liters."
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Anyone ever tried to make one of these? I've always been curious what the cost is vs. Buying one.
Yes I made one very similar to it my cost was about the same but with better components but didn't look as pretty
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I have the dual tap. Just pieced it back together after cleaning it for the first time. Highly recommend taking pictures of all the connections before taking it apart.

It's worked well for 6 months. I did have one incident where something internal froze and the refrigerator stopped working. I unplugged, dethawed, and it fired back up. Lost 2 kegs in the process though.... Cool addition to any mancave
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I considered making my own but the cost was generally the same. It depends how much you value your time because I know I would screw up a DIY project somehow and it would take hours longer than it should. I bought the 2 tap stainless steel but its no longer on the website.
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Sucks in Utah it's illegal to have a keg...

"Utah has a keg beer law that prohibits anyone other than a licensed beer retailer from possessing beer (3.2%) in containers larger than two liters."
You can have 5 gallon kegs if you brew your own beer 🍺
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I wish they would let you choose your delivery day. Hate to have to day off work just for this.
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Anyone knows temperature range of this unit? Can this maintain just at freeze point?
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