Admit it: you need a better place to store your drinks, and your refrigerator is standard since you fell short. A cooler of beer on one’s own can provide temperatures of consumption custom and a place to have your ‘liquid gold‘ at hand.
The coolers of beer will allow better temperature controls on your drinks, because you may not always want the same temperature. With the refrigerator is appropriate, you can even expand your storage options.
The good news is that the market is well-stocked with options: the NewAir, for example, offers an excellent storage multipurpose for the beer, while the EdgeStar provides storage for barrels smaller and can become a refrigerator normal, if it so desires.
At a glance
- The best: NewAir Beverage Cooler and Refrigerator
- Best screen: Piestina PH-CBR100 106 Can Compressor Beverage Cooler
- The best thing for barrels: Kegerator full-size EdgeStar KC3000 with digital display
- The best refrigerator with lock: Whynter BR-130SB Beverage Refrigerator
NewAir offers the opportunity to cool your drinks up to 34 degrees with space for 126 cans. Has space for wine, beer and even soft drinks with a transparent window in the door to provide visibility.
Has five shelves, chrome different that you can remove to customize the interior storage. The metal construction ensures a constant temperature and long-term durability. Lack of temperature reading digital, but offers an output of low noise (60 Hz and 35 dB).
Uses only 110 volts and measured 18.4 inches deep by 18.9 inches wide x 33.13 inches high. The temperature range is from 34 degrees to 64 degrees Fahrenheit, and fits most of the decorations with a simple design of stainless steel and black.
Phiestina features an advanced cooling system air compressor with air circulation to provide greater efficiency. It has space for up to 106 cans with six wire shelves are removable to customize the storage. The LED indicators will show power on and off, while the stainless steel design looks great with any decor.
Uses touch controls to choose a temperature within the range of 38 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit and consumes 110 volts of power and 60 Hz. The air compressor provides an environment uniformly cold to ensure constant temperatures and run more efficiently.
The compact design fits well in any room with 15.55 inches by 22.83 inches by 33.07 inches, and a LED display with the temperature always ensures that you have the accurate reading of the same. The doors of clear glass will offer a complete view of what you have inside.
If you want to refrigerate a keg instead of individual cans, EdgeStar provides a better capacity. Provides great cooling with a range of 32 to 50 degrees with a digital readout. Includes dispensers and rail wheels.
The cooler of beer offers many storage options for all kinds of barrels and comes with two wire racks if you need to convert it into a standard refrigerator in the future.
Has a mode of cooling intense and is excellent for adapting to smaller living spaces in a dimension of 33.5 inches by 23.6 inches by 23.4 inches.
The Whynter provides a locking mechanism with a transparent window and provides a temperature range of 30 degrees to 60 degrees. The compressor helps circulate the cold air and ensures that the temperatures remain constant.
The sober design will fit most of the decorations with details in black and stainless steel store 120 cans standard with mechanical control of temperature. The shelves are fixed, but they provide a lot of space to organize your wine cellar.
It measures 18.5 inches by 17 inches by 33 inches, and you can reverse the door for a placement and configuration easier. The locking mechanism is safe and helps to prevent strange hands to serve if your permission. The LED interior lighting is soft but helps to locate your beer.
What is the best temperature for beer?
You don’t have to refrigerate all the beer, but if you want to last longer, the cooler temperatures are highly recommended. While each beer has its ideal temperature, a cooler of beer that offers a range between 30 and 50 degrees Fahrenheit will cause the beer to last longer and keep the flavor fresh.
The coolers of drinks you are allowed a greater control over these lower temperatures and provide consistent temperatures through air compressors, and circulation driven by a fan. It is a good option if you tend to store large quantities of beer.
How much electricity does use a cooler of beer?
Coolers of beer are highly efficient and some of the coolers of beer presented have little power and offer a way to store your drinks without increasing your electrical charge by a significant amount. If you are worried about the overload in the consumption, you can check the power requirements of the coolers of beer to help estimate how much will be added to your annual invoice of electricity.
How can you tell if a beer is in the past?
The beer past it is quite easy to detect; it smells and tastes very much chemical, and often you’ll detect the symptoms before you open the can or bottle. If you’ve left the beer in the trunk for a few days in the summer, it may not even have to open the beer to know that it has been damaged.
If you leave a beer out of direct sunlight while it is in a glass bottle, the light can generate adverse reactions, regardless of temperature. The light and temperature may contribute to the degradation of the beer, so the storage is really important.
How much time it takes for the beer to cool down in the refrigerator?
The beer can take a long time to go from room temperature to be completely cold, especially if you want to reach the bottom of the temperature range. It can take around nine hours for a beer is cool enough, so make sure you plan ahead for the cold beers.
With some refrigerators, there are options turbocharged for an option of temporary freeze. This can help start to cool the drinks, but it’s not going to cool your beer fast enough if you don’t have a refrigerator specialist.
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