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Kegerator With Flow Control Intertap Faucets

Kegerator With Flow Control Intertap Faucets

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This kegerator with flow-control stainless steel Intertap faucets and stainless steel tower is an amazing value. It features a digital controller, stainless steel door, stainless steel floor, rolling casters, tower cooling fan, glass rack, robust MKIII regulator, and more. 

The Series 4 Kegerator is tailored to a homebrewer's needs. Take, for example, the  extended range digital controller that can adjust internal temperatures from 26 - 82°F. This allows homebrewers to use it for fermentation and is something that other kegerators don't do. The digital controller always displays the temperature and is easily adjusted from the front of the kegerator with the door closed. It's pretty cool.

All kegerators come with Intertap faucets mounted on a stainless tower. These faucets are the newest, most advanced, forward sealing, beer faucets on the market today and will work perfectly for years. This model includes the flow control version of the all stainless faucet. Maybe the flow control on a kegerator is a little overkill but then maybe, just maybe, having a kegerator at all might be overkill. We know how you roll. The flow controls can be awesome when you have overcarbonated beer or generally want to perfect your pour. 

One of the unique features on a kegerator in this price range is the tower fan which blows cold air up into your tower to reduce foaming issues. They also come standard with the MKIII CO2 regulator, which is super beefy and consistent in delivering accurate pressures. Most Chinese made regulators experience creep where the pressure increases over time. The MKIII is by far the best CO2 regulator we have seen made in China. The stainless floor is a nice touch as is the glass rack which holds pint glasses horizontally or Belgian style tulip glasses up side down by the stem.  We show tulip glasses in the picture, but a pint glass (or 22 oz beer bottle) will slide horizontally into the rack. Way cool.

We've looked on the interwebs, and when you factor in fast and free shipping, you are getting the very best value on a kegerator in the USA.  Plus you're getting MoreBeer! service if something happens in shipment. We double box the unit with foam pads and have very little shipping damage. However, it will be delivered via Fed-Ex ground so damage is possible. If your unit arrives damaged just call us up and we will work with you to take care of it.

Feature Summary:

  • Stainless Steel Air Cooled Tower
  • Stainless Steel Intertap Flow Control Faucets (choose number of taps above)
  • Digital Thermostat with wide 26 - 82° F temp range
  • Robust MKIII CO2 Regulator included
  • CO2 Tank holder mounts on back of kegerator (tank not included)
  • Stainless Steel Door
  • Drip Tray is removable for easy cleaning
  • Glass Rack
  • Stainless Steel Floor for additional keg support
  • Includes beer and gas tubing
    • Included tubing measures 5mm ID x 8mm OD
    • 1 x 80cm length of gas line
    • 1 x 4m length of beverage tubing per tap
    Removable shelf if you want to use it as refrigerator
  • You will need to purchase keg connections depending on whether you are serving commercial sankeball lock corny, or pin lock corny.
  • Available kegerator covers and "off road" casters for moving over uneven terrain.


  • 24" wide
  • 23.5" deep
    •  30" with co2 mount
  • 33.5" Tall (fridge only)
    • 36" with Caster wheels
    • 49.75" with tower
    • 52" with Casters and Tower
  • 110 v - 60 hz
  • 0.8 Amp draw

Internal Dimensions:

  • 20" wide
  • 16.25" deep
    • 13.25" on compressor side
  • 28" tall
    • 24" clearance under glass rack

What Fits:

  • 2.6 Gal. BrewKeg - 2
  • 5 Gal. Torpedo Keg - 3
  • 5 Gal. Slimline Torpedo Keg - 3
  • 5 Gal. Pin Lock Cornelius Keg (Corny Keg) - 3
  • 5 Gal. Ball Lock Cornelius Keg (Corny Keg) - 3
  • 5.16 Gal. Sixth Barrel Keg (Sixtel, Log) - 2
  • 7.75 Gal. Quarter Barrel Keg (Pony Keg, Stubby Quarter) - 1
  • 7.75 Gal. Slim Quarter Keg (Tall Quarter, The Slim) - 1
  • 15.5 Gal. Half Barrel Keg (Full Size Keg) - 1

Click here for the Kegerator Instruction Manual.

Community Q&A

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Why did you choose this?
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Time to stop bottling
Charles Carter on Feb 2, 2019
Value for the price
Jeff Black on Feb 1, 2019
Time to stop bottling
Charles Carter on Feb 2, 2019
Good price on a dual tap.
Nicholas J on Feb 1, 2019
Value for the price
Jeff Black on Feb 1, 2019
Great price good reviews
FRANK a R on Feb 1, 2019
Super Deal!
Timothy S on Feb 1, 2019
I brew all grain batches and I keg. This is much more convenient. I also want temp controlled fermentation.
Connor O on Feb 1, 2019
Needed a kegerator for home brewing that can be used as a fermentation chamber.
Bryan A S on Jan 13, 2019
Charles F on Dec 31, 2018
Wanted to step it up a notch on my keg system
Ronald S on Dec 28, 2018
Good value
John B on Dec 20, 2018
Have 2 different beers available
Michael T on Oct 5, 2018
I bought one a couple months ago, and I really like this unit, so i'm buying one as a gift for my son!
John S on Sep 10, 2018
High Quality
Bret S on Jul 13, 2018
Roger L on Jul 13, 2018
The price and reviews on the item are awesome!
Wayne M on Jul 13, 2018
Michael Kreck on Jul 11, 2018
As part of my brewery man cave
Charles Mason on Jul 3, 2018
cooling tower and stainless steel parts and tower
Yvette P on May 30, 2018
Reasonable price for what sounds like a well-built unit
Norm C on May 14, 2018
Digital Temp control for fermentation.
Benjamin B on May 8, 2018
good price and large enough for 3 corney kegs
Mark S on May 3, 2018
Looks to be a good value for a home kegerator
Troy L on Apr 27, 2018
Solid looking, Free CO2 tank, sold by More Beer, (good reputation)
Samuel Hoagland on Apr 27, 2018
3 taps, and digital control, with flow control. Better price than anywhere else.
Robert H on Apr 26, 2018
Similar in price (or less than) similar options. Superior faucets. Can't pass it up.
Timothy D on Apr 16, 2018
This unit has all the features I want, including flow control faucets at a great price.
David H on Apr 11, 2018
Good value
David G on Apr 9, 2018
Looks solid. Tower cooling, stainless,
Kim S on Mar 30, 2018
Sounds like it meets my needs
Jason G on Mar 6, 2018
Good price on a dual tap.
Nicholas J on Feb 1, 2019
Great price good reviews
FRANK a R on Feb 1, 2019
What is the length and diameter of the beer & gas lines provided?
Brad Lewandowski on Feb 28, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The included tubing is 5 mm inner diameter and 8 mm outer diameter. Each kegerator will come with a 3 foot length for gas and a 12 foot length for liquid. If you choose the double or triple tap option, you will receive as many lengths of liquid tubing as taps you select.
Literature says the thermostat controls the temperature from 26-82F. Does that imply there is a heating element to raise the temp if the ambient temp is say 68F and you want to use it for fermentation for a Saison and 75F?
William J Leeper on Mar 24, 2018
BEST ANSWER: This item does not come with a heating element, you can purchase a dual stage digital controller and add a heating element if you needed to raise temps inside for fermentation.
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Would this be able to fit three 5 gallon ball lock kegs, as well as a 3 way secondary regulator and all the gas and beer lines inside the fridge?
Rob Jenkins on Oct 12, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes you can. I currently use a 3-way regulator, two 12' and one 22' lengths of beer line, and about 3-4' of gas line for each keg. The regulator I have zip-tied on the shelf in the back-left corner. There is enough room for all this kit, two ball-lock kegs, and one commercial sanky keg. Three ball lock kegs would have even more room. The gas bottle and primary regulator definitely need to be on the outside of the kegerator in this configuration though!
How hard is it to replace the beer lines? I'm not a fan of the hard plastic lines.
Rob Stockwell on Dec 5, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Should be pretty easy. You would need new lines and clamps. However diameter and tubing length would need to be calculated so as to avoid foamy pours. The kegerator comes with some guidance on how long your beer lines should be. CO2 line length does not matter as much as long as it reaches where you are keeping your tank.
Is there a fitting to seal the gas line in the back of Kegerator?
WAYNE KNACK on Feb 1, 2019
BEST ANSWER: there is a pass through connector that allows you to put the line in from the back to the inside. My unit came with a regulator and PVC tubing with an inside diameter just slightly under quarter inch.
Does the MoreBeer Tap handle fit this 3 tap setup?
Charles Carter on Feb 5, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Charles - Yes, the MoreBeer tap handle will fit the 3 tap kegerator.
The depth with the CO2 on the back is kind of too deep for me. Can the mount be removed and the CO2 tank put inside? If so, is there any disadvantage other than not being able to hold 3 corny kegs (assuming 2 will still fit)?
Michael Kropp on Jul 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hello Michael - Yes, the tank can be fitted inside with the only disadvantage of one less keg.
Are any casters included? The "Features" section states that "off-road" casters are available, but what comes with the base unit?
Caleb Epstein on May 28, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Base casters are included. Off-road casters are an upgrade accessory.

4.2 / 5.0
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This Kegerator is a great product for a reasonable price. Very good quality.
February 18, 2019
2 weeks ago
Extremely Happy
I make wine and brew beer, so the 2-tap model is ideal for me. One tap is for white wine and the other is for my current batch of beer.
I do agree that the manuals are worthless and that you must watch the recommended videos. No problems with the tubing or the clamps, as long as you have the right tool to crimp them. The wheels work fine on my concrete floor, however I don't move the Kegerator around. Temperature seems to be consistent.
My only difficulty is that I use Argon for my wine and need another external entrance for the Argon tubing.
January 29, 2019
Bought for my husband, set up was challenging but it puts a smile on his face every time he pours a beer. It’s also VERY quiet.
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December 28, 2018
2 months ago
Great value - well engineered
Well built I purchased the 3 tap flow control model.

However! If you buy it throw away the beer and CO2 lines the beer line in particular is near impossible to fit without creating leaks due to overstretching of the tube. Buy some 3/16 ID beer line with a 7/16 OD and grab a pack of 7/16 Oticker clamps and a clamping tool. Have plumbed it all in 3/16 including CO2. Not too sure about the supplied regulator as the CO2 outlet connection does not contain any rubber gasket but is a metal to metal seal. I bought some O rings in case this leaks.

Overall a great product. Good value for money. Don’t expect instant cooling with this unit. It took a LONG time to get to 34 degrees with about 40 12 oz beer bottles that were put in at room temperature.

Of course with a keg at 5 gallons I would think this would take at least 12 hours to cool down to 34 degrees from room temp.

Very pleased with this product so far.
December 27, 2018
2 months ago
Needs improvement
The Series 4 Kegerator arrived in good condition around the 1st week of November 2018. Didn't have any beer to tap so just hooked it up and plumbed it. I noted the regulator had a flare fitting (1/4") barb to the air line. I also noted the UHMWPE washer to tank hook-up. I've had problems with this hook-up before on the Fermentap regulator (which says in specs must use a fibre or plastic washer additionally when hooking up the CO2 bottle. I could never get the Fermentap to seal to the tank properly so I bought a Taprite and never had a sealing problem. All regulators were purchased from MoreBeer...been a customer since Olin and his brother started the business in Concord way back in the day. I have a 4-tap home-made kegerator in the garage and have been using it for 30 years.

My problem:

When I finally had some beer to tap I hooked it up (around 1 week ago. Found the system worked well, with the exception the MKIII regulator leaked like a sieve! So I called MB Customer Service and they were quick to send me a seal for the flare barb because it was metal to metal. After receiving the gasket seal I installed it and got it tight. Still leaked, so I eliminated the gasket and hooked the flare/barb up tighter. It appeared to not leak...(I use the tried and true Star San system of leak detection). But the connection to the CO2 bottle leaked a small amount...so I put a bit more muscle on the locking nut and it seemd to be fine.

I poured many fine pints this last week...however I checked the low pressure gauge fo make sure all was fine and found the CO2 tank was empty!!! I just filled my CO2 bottle and had a full tank (5#'s in a 12# bottle) when I hooked it up last week!

1. I feel MoreBeer can buy me 5#'s of CO2, but more importantly...

2. I feel the regulator that comes with this kegerator has issues and MoreBeer should replace it with a Taprite regulator...the one that works!

Please advise at your earliest convenience to resolve this problem. I'm using one of my Taprites to save my beer.

Lee Theuriet
November 29, 2018
3 months ago
Response from MoreFlavor
Hi Lee - Thank you very much for the informed and detailed feedback. Please give us a call at 1-800-600-0033 or email us at info@moreflavor.com so that we can assist you. We are here to help. Cheers!
November 29, 2018
Zach R Staff
Good quality product shipped quickly and packaged well protected . Looks great , runs quietly and cools down quickly . My only gripe would be the cheap looking plastic top . I think stainless steel should have been an option . Other than that the price is fair and I would recommend it
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November 13, 2018
3 months ago
Wouldn't buy again
I bought the triple tap Kegerator with intertap Faucets and am not impressed with at all. I have twice had to reinstall all the hoses because they split at the cheesy barbs they include with the installation package. One time I lost a gallon or 2 of beer all over the inside of the keg, and twice now I have lost all of my CO2 do to the lines splitting. First time was about 3 months after purchase second was a month or 2 later.

The only reason I have given 2 stars is because both times Morebeer has replaced the hoses for me at no cost. I would not buy this product again and I actually am going to sell mine and purchase a different brand. If you do buy one the only thing I could see working is if you buy all new tubing and a manifold system WHICH IS NOT INCLUDED!
October 18, 2018
1 year ago
Three-Tap unit will hold two ball-lock and one sankey keg (or 3 ball-lock kegs)
This review adds pictures to a question I answered about the 3-tap version. In response to the question: "Would this be able to fit three 5 gallon ball lock kegs, as well as a 3 way secondary regulator and all the gas and beer lines inside the fridge?" my response was:

Yes you can. I currently use a 3-way regulator, two 12' and one 22' lengths of beer line, and about 3-4' of gas line for each keg. The regulator I have zip-tied on the shelf in the back-left corner. There is enough room for all this kit, two ball-lock kegs, and one commercial sanky keg. Three ball lock kegs would have even more room. The gas bottle and primary regulator definitely need to be on the outside of the kegerator in this configuration though!

The regulator is held in an upright position using a couple of zip ties holding the regulator (somewhat loosely) to the mounting tabs reserved for an inside-mounted CO2 cylinder.

I didn't use the gas line supplied with the kegerator. The gas line I used required me to completely remove the plastic body fitting through the back of the kegerator. I didn't seal the hole around the gas line and have had no issues with it in 10 months now.

Finally, you won't be able to use the glass rack with three kegs inside.
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October 15, 2018
1 year ago
Response from MoreFlavor
Thank you for the great review Brian.
October 16, 2018
Zach R Staff
No thanks
the taps leak. Horrible product. The unit itself comes with wheels that cannot carry the weightnof the unit. Opt for heavy duty wheels. The tower is too short to fill growlers easily. The glass rack is useless. The lines that come with the unit are throwaways. They don’t fit anything standard. So basically, order the kegerator with heavy duty wheels and have them leave out the tower, the faucets, the glass rack and the hoses and you’re good
September 15, 2018
5 months ago
Finally after all this time....
The video helps for installation, but even then I found this wasn’t all that bad to get together. Hot water is key to getting the fittings on. Also, plan the layout and then double check that’s what you really want to do. In my case I added the 4 valve manifold with micro valves. The manifold fit well in the back where the CO2 tank could go inside the fridge. The hump helps protect the manifold. I mostly run 1.75 or 2.5g kegs, so I’m not worried about not being able to reach the manifold. I can stack 2 1.75g kegs with lots of space BUT there isn’t enough room for a shelf if you do this. 4 kegs just won’t fit on the floor, but after looking at how close it is I almost think a set of slim torpedo kegs will fit. I’d love for someone to try!

I have my setup in the garage and it’s been HOT. I have it set for 42 degrees and most of the time it’s at that temp. Adding a small fan to blow on the back of the fridge really helps to keep the compressor a bit more cool and the temps down in the fridge.

I picked this product because it had the features and complete accessories I wanted. I liked the focus on the home brewer for this product.

Overall I like morebeer. They did an exceptional poor job with this order and customer service follow up. It would seem I was the lucky few who have a less than perfect experience with them so I won’t say people should run the other way. I will say you shouldn’t ask for delayed shipping as it will be forgotten. FEDEX will delay delivery if you ask them too, so go that rout. I did not need to be home to sign for the package, which I found rather odd at this price point. This may help answer questions you have about shipping that morebeer could not.

I will agree with others that many items are loaded in the fridge for shipping from the other side of the planet. My shelf was damaged due to this but I’ll just live with it. The zip ties holding product to the shelf were way undersized and never had a chance with the forces applied on them. The damage isn’t bad but just don’t be shocked when you open the door and see a mess.
Pico packs on tap for now.
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August 16, 2018
6 months ago