1) Used fridge on Craigslist
2) Parts for the "kegerator" aspect of it sourced online
3) Buy your own keg for homebrew, or buy a keg of beer and put it in.
This site had some interesting kits, though I didn't price-check.
This site looks to be made by someone who made their own kegerator, but has some good info.
Alternatively, here's one that holds a "full size" keg (didn't check the measurements) for only $379. That's not a bad deal if you consider the cost of parts for building a kegerator, though likely still costs more. But, it looks nice.
I see home made kegerators all the time on CL, amde for regular fridges.
on the upside, you get extra storage space in it, but then again, some of us want a regular "real" bar-style kegerator. the home made ones usually have that ghetto-esque charm.
otherwise, I've seen them as cheap as $249.99 at lowe's/homedepot on clearance after christmas and after superbowl.read more collapse
Thanks for the info. I was looking at converting a fridge, but once I started looking at a real kegerator there was no turning back. We can actually put in next to our living room and would actually look like it belonged there. I have seen the $379 one, but it is REALLY cheap. I saw a couple of converted fridges on craigslist, but they looked like they came from a frat house and wouldn't fit right in my house because of the ghetto-esque charm. If I could find the right size fridge (5-6 cu.ft.) I would convert it myself. There is a store on ebay that has one for sale with free shipping which is a bonus as these things aren't light. I just wanted to make sure I didn't overlook anything.read more collapse
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