A refrigerator with a built-in draft beer system

Who doesn’t like draft beer. It’s something that you discover at an early age, you grow up with and you like until you die. Now image how it would be to have a draft beer system in your home. If you’re worried about space, it’s not a problem. We found a refrigerator that solves this difficulty.

Here’s a Northstar refrigerator that features a built-in draft beer system. It’s a genius idea. I don’t think anyone even though of this before, but it’s a very clever idea. This way you can have something so fun and functional in your home and you don’t even have to make space for it because it comes with the fridge.

And since there are so many different refrigerator models and offers out there, this would be a great advantage for this one. If you don’t know which one to choose because they are all good and offer pretty much the same things, how about you take home the one that also gives you fresh beer?

There are 3 different models to choose from: 1950, 1951, and 1952. But in order to be able to take this beauty home you’ll have to pay an extra $800 for the draft beer system, in addition to the price of the fridge. I say it would be a good investment and it’s definitely something that will make your kitchen special. The Brew Master draft system, includes through-the-door tap dispenser, coupler, connections, CO2 cylinder and drip tray.

Published by in Appliances, on September 29th, 2011


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