Kegerator Kit | Easiest In Australia | BYO Fridge Or Cooler
$159.00 - $379.00
Build your own kegerator, jockey box or keezer and be pouring a beer within the hour with this simple to install package. Easy as 1,2,3!
Use The 3 Steps Below To Install A Beer Tap Anywhere You Like, Blow Your Mates Minds!
We've seen this kit used to put a tap on a poker machine, a car glovebox and countless eskies, bartops, fridges and freezers. Easy!
Step 1. The Drop Downs
Through Door Or Esky: This method means you drill a 23mm hole through your fridge door, keezer collar or esky and the tap attaches to the vertical surface. This method keeps the beer line cold all the way to the tap and is the best for reducing foaming.
On A Font:This method is for when you want to put the taps on a tower on your bench top, esky lid or kegerator. You will need to insulate the line from the fridge to the tap via a pool noodle or similar.
The Chrome & Brass Intertap: These are a solid budget option and will do the job in most circumstances. You need to ensure the line is left long to slow the liquid flow before it reaches the tap to avoid foam.
The Stainless Flow Control: These are top quality taps with the advantage of being able to control the flow of liquid at the tap so you always get the perfect pour. It means you can cut the lines shorter in tight spaces and can adjust for difference in temperature and carbonation.
The Mini Portable:
iKegger's own high grade mini regulator which shows internal keg pressure on a gauge.
These are great regulators, compact and easy to transport or fit inside an esky or small fridge.
It can use 16g or 25g disposable bulbs as standard and comes with an adapter to use SodaStream gas bottles (400g of CO2, swappable at your local shop) or type 30 threaded refillable gas bottles (usually 2.6kg or 6kg, which need to be sourced locally as we can't ship them)
The Dual Gauge:
A larger regulator that can be used with Type 30 threaded refillable gas bottles natively or 400g swappable Sodastream bottles with the included adapter.
It shows pressure in the kegs as well as in the gas bottle so you have an idea of the gas remaining.
The gas is cheaper as you buy in bulk but the setup is much bulkier and heavier so not great for jockey boxes etc.
If you have your own kegs and a gas source the drop down menus cover the rest. All the lines, connections, adapters etc needed are included. You just have to drill a hole for the tap shank (23mm) or beer line (9mm) to go through and you should be ready to pour within the hour.
If you don't have kegs yet scroll down to add them.
If you plan to buy 50L commercial kegs full of beer you will need a coupler to suit, this can also be found below.
You can find sources of CO2 gas to match the regulator you pick and cleaning products below the kegs.
Basically everything you need to get your drink on tap is on this page!
All of these kegs match the fittings on the kegerator kit if you choose the "with ball lock spear" option. The same goes for the 50L keg coupler, choose the coupler to match your keg and the "ball lock posts" option so the fittings match. If you hover over the image and click "quick view" on a desktop or laptop you won't leave this page.
Even if you are using commercially purchased carbonated beverages you still need a source of CO2 to push the liquid out of the kegs and through the taps. The larger the gas source the cheaper the gas is but the heavier and less portable. The mini regulators come with a sodastream adapter so you can use that option. The mini regulator can also use the 16g or 25g bulbs below and they come with an adapter to use a 2.6kg / 6kg refillable bottle (You will need to source these locally as we can't ship them).