Krups Beertender B95 Dispensador de cerveza de barril - Tirador de cerveza (300 x 490 x 450 mm, 70 W, 220V; 50Hz, LCD)
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Color del producto: Negro, Cromo
Consumo energético: 70 W
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 300 x 490 x 450 mm
Longitud de cable: 1,4 m
Requisitos de energía: 220V; 50Hz
tipo de dispensador: Dispensador de cerveza de barril
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Some downsides, Don't jiggle the kegs or you are gonna get alot of foam. When you install the keg, wait 24 hours before use.Keep this in mind for that bar-b-que next Friday.You also have to get the kegs cold and I mean cold, put them in that other fridge or in a ice chest with ice, because they will foam as well.
Most supermakets here in Vermont, don't have the keg so, you have to go to a beer warehouse. Prices I have been finding are $15.99 to $17.99 per keg.
The Heneken light is very good!!. I like better than the regular.
I guess to sum it up is read the booklet that comes with the Beer Tender...
First, the function that tells you how much beer is left occasionally is wrong. To fix it all you have to do is open the top, lift the keg up for five seconds and it resets and is now accurate. Many posted saying theirs never worked mine does just fine.
Second, does it do its job? Yes, it keeps a mini keg nice and cold and pours a decent glass of beer. You do need to make sure and open the tap all the way or you will get one foamy glass of beer though. Also the first glass always seems to be foamy. Remember this is supposed to be a draught beer so you will always have a bit of a head to it.
I'd like to point out like many others have, that this only accepts the Heineken mini kegs. You have to also have the tubes but they are easily purchased at Amazon I believe, it also comes with half a dozen in the box.
Like many others said, make sure you either pre-chill the keg in your fridge, or wait several hours for it to fully chill if you put a warm one in the BeerTender. Also be careful not to bang the keg while installing it or you will have a foamy pour the first couple of glasses.
This thing does take up a fair amount of room on the counter if you use the provided drip tray. Fortunately you can remove it if you want some extra room.
It is very quiet unless you put a warm keg in there, then you can hear a slight fan noise until it chills the keg, then you won't hear it any longer.
It definitely has a cool factor and everyone who sees it comments on it and wants to draw a pint.
The mini kegs appear to be recyclable.
Overall I'm happy with it, and would recommend it to others that either have an occasional Heineken or for those that entertain occasionally and don't want to deal with twenty beer bottles on the counters. This thing is great for a poker party.