KOMOS® Kegerator | Intertap® Stainless Steel Faucets | Fan Cooled Stainless Tower | Digital Thermostat | Casters | Regulator | Fits 1 Half Barrel Keg or 4 Corny Kegs

KOMOS® Kegerator | Intertap® Stainless Steel Faucets | Fan Cooled Stainless Tower | Digital Thermostat | Casters | Regulator | Fits 1 Half Barrel Keg or 4 Corny Kegs

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What makes KOMOS Kegerators better than the rest?
  • Designed to hold up to FOUR 5-gallon Slimline Torpedo homebrew kegs
  • Serve ice cold beer even in the warmest environments thanks to highly-efficient refrigeration components
  • Stainless steel forward-sealing faucets offer a huge upgrade over common chrome plated brass taps
  • Faucets mount to a high-quality stainless steel tower, rather than a cheap chrome plated tower
  • Interior fan diverts cold air up into the tower to keep your beer lines cold and reduce foaming
  • EVABarrier double walled draft tubing protects your beer against oxidation
  • Duotight push-to-connect fittings make assembly a breeze
  • Included KOMOS Dual Gauge CO2 Regulator maintains consistent pressure and is easily adjusted

The KOMOS Kegerator offers a stunning set of features that clearly separate this unit as the most modern kegerator on the market. With more interior space than other models, the KOMOS Kegerator is designed to fit up to four 5-gallon Slimline Torpedo kegs or Pepsi-style Ball Lock Corny kegs. Whether you choose the single, double, triple, or quad tap configuration, you'll receive tried-and-true Intertap stainless steel forward-sealing faucets. Stainless faucets are a huge upgrade over the chrome-plated brass faucets commonly included with other kegerators, and you'll quickly recognize the quality of a forward-sealing beer faucet compared to the standard taps seen at your local tavern or in-law's mancave. Rather than a chrome plated plastic tower, the Intertap faucets are mounted to a stainless steel tower that remains cool before, during, and after each pour thanks to a tower fan diverter that recirculates cold air within the kegerator and blows it up into the tower to keep your beer lines cold and reduce foaming. From keg to faucet, your beer will pass through EVABarrier draft lines, a premium double-walled tubing designed to protect against beer oxidation. And with Duotight push-to-connect fittings, you'll have your lines connected in a snap with no need to force the tubing over barb fittings or fiddle with hose clamps. Other features you'll love about the KOMOS Kegerator include its highly-efficient cooling capacity so you'll be serving ice cold beer even in the warmest temperatures, extra wide temperature range from 26–82°F, dual gas inlets at the back, aluminum internal floor, rolling casters, and the included KOMOS Dual Gauge CO2 regulator.

The most eye-catching difference between the KOMOS unit and other kegerators is definitely the capacity. This is the first kegerator we have offered that comes with a quadruple tap tower option, and that’s all thanks to the redesigned interior. Most kegerators position the compressor on the right or left side of the inside floor, making one side shallower than the other. KOMOS positions the compressor in the middle so both sides of the interior have an equal depth. This seemingly small detail allows the unit to hold up to four 5-gallon Slimline Torpedo or Ball Lock Corny kegs.
Dual gas line inlets are absolutely clutch if you want to serve beverages at two different pressures or use two different types of gas. The previous model had one inlet that was only wide enough for a single line to pass through. Now both inlets are just over 3/4" in diameter and feature PCO 1881 threads. This threading allows you to use the plastic Carbonation Ball Lock Cap (FE133) as a quick connect option for your gas lines.
Upgraded condenser, evaporator, and insulation make this unit highly efficient, yet quiet, so you can serve ice cold beer in even the warmest temperatures. The unique internal fan provides excellent air circulation, pulling cold air from below the evaporator and blowing it back over the top of your kegs and up into the tower to chill your draft lines.
Extra Wide Temperature Range is Perfect for Homebrewers
The KOMOS kegerator is tailored to a homebrewer's needs. Take, for example, the extended range digital controller with an adjustable temperature range from 26 - 82°F. This allows homebrewers to use as fermentation chamber and is something that other kegerators don't do. Although the unit does not provide heating, the extended range allows you to program the internal temperature at say an ale fermentation temp of 68°F and will provide cooling whenever the temp rises above that set point. With the insulation provided by the kegerator, heating should rarely be needed, but you can always place a low wattage heat wrap inside the unit if ever needed. The digital controller always displays the temperature and is easily adjusted from the front of the kegerator with the door closed. It's pretty nice.
Intertap Stainless Faucets and Towers
All kegerators come with Intertap faucets to mount on the stainless tower. Intertap is one of the most tried and true forward sealing on the market and have been used for home and professional draft systems for years. Very similar in performance to the NukaTap faucet, but Intertap features all stainless steel internal parts, whereas NukaTap's internal shuttle is made from TPV. Kegerator configurations with NukaTap faucets are also available. All faucet spout attachments and accessories are cross compatible between Intertap and NukaTap. Forward-sealing means that while in the closed position the faucet will keep beer in it instead of draining out. This keeps the internal parts from getting sticky and reduces the chance of off flavors transferring to your beer while you pour. The modular, threaded spout can fit a variety of attachments including a growler filler or stout spout. This model includes the all stainless faucet which we think is a must have upgrade over chrome plated brass. This is the model sitting in the middle of the MoreBeer! office. Yes, it's tough... but we do have to test these products for you. 
Duotight Fittings & EVABarrier Draft Tubing
Duotight and EVABarrier have revolutionized how you connect draft line, and our kegerators come standard with both. We love Duotight push-in fittings for their quick connection, reliable seal, and versatility. Setting up and connecting draft line has never been easier -- no more hose clamps or heating water to soften tubing! Each kegerator comes with Duotight fittings for the tower shanks, regulator, and for splitting gas lines (double & triple tap only). We recommend adding Duotight fittings to use for your keg connections as well. Depending on whether you'll be serving from homebrew kegs or commercial sanke kegs, you'll need two DUO106 or two DUO104 per line.
EVABarrier tubing has been engineered with protection in mind and is both PVC-free and BPA-free. This double walled tubing offers superior protection against oxidation, CO2 loss, and microbial growth. EVA tubing is the future of draft line for professional applications, and now your kegerator will feature the same first-class tubing.
KOMOS Regulator
The included high quality KOMOS regulator maintains consistent pressure. The regulator includes a blow-off PRV with pull ring for safety and relieve pressure, rubber coated gauges, and a hand knob for easy adjustment. Included with your kegerator package is a Duotight fitting that attaches to the regulator for an easy, solid, push-to-connect connection with your gas line. 
Added Features
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 KOMOS dual gauge 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 KOMOS regulator is by far the best CO2 regulator we have seen made in China.
The countertop drip tray couldn't be easier to keep clean. Built-in drip trays look cool, but they're a pain to keep clean. Before long they get pretty disgusting with dried, spilled beer -- attracting fruit flies and becoming a haven for mold and bacteria to grow. They'll often overflow the reservoir inside the kegerator causing a huge mess. Our kegerator's tray is designed to be removed and easily washed.
Best Value & Backed by MoreBeer! 
We've looked around, 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
  • Intertap Stainless Steel Forward-Sealing Faucets (choose number of taps above)
  • Duotight Fittings make connecting draft lines a breeze
  • Digital Thermostat with wide 26 - 82° F temp range.
  • Robust KOMOS Dual Gauge Regulator included
  • CO2 Tank holder mounts on back of kegerator (tank not included)
  • Efficient and powerful compressor
  • Stainless Steel Door
  • Countertop Style Drip Tray
  • Aluminum floor for additional keg support
  • Includes EVABarrier beer and gas tubing
    • Beverage line measures 4mm ID x 8mm OD
    • 1 x 1.7m length of line per tap
    • Gas line measures 5mm ID x 8mm OD
    • 1 x line of varying length depending on number of taps (2, 2.5, or 3m)
    • 4 Tap model includes uncut rolls of bev & gas line
      • We recommend cutting bev lines to 1.7-2m lengths (5.5-6.5 ft.)
      • Gas lines can be cut to whatever length best suits your needs
  • Duotight adapters for draft shank and regulator connections
  • Duotight tee fittings for splitting gas lines (2, 3, 4 tap only)
  • You will need to purchase keg connections depending on whether you are serving commercial sankeball lock corny, or pin lock corny
    • For ball lock and pin lock disconnects we recommend DUO106
    • For commercial sanke keg couplers we recommend DUO104
  • Available Kegerator covers and "off road" casters for moving over uneven terrain
  • Detailed instructions on assembly and use


  • 23.75" wide
  • 25" deep
    •  31.5" with CO2 mount
  • 32.5" Tall (fridge only)
    • 35" with Caster wheels
    • 48.75" with tower
    • 51" with Casters and Tower
  • 110 v - 60 hz
  • 0.8 Amp draw
  • Optimal ambient temperature is 65°F – 80°F
  • CSA Certified

Internal Dimensions:

  • 19.5" wide
  • 17" deep
    • 16" down the center where compressor sits
  • 28.5" tall

What Fits:

  • 5 Gal. Torpedo Keg - 3
  • 5 Gal. Slimline Torpedo Keg - 4
  • 6 Gal. Torpedo Keg - 3
  • 5 Gal. Megamouth Torpedo Keg - 1
  • 5 Gal. Pin Lock Cornelius Keg (Corny Keg) - 3
  • 5 Gal. Ball Lock Cornelius Keg (Corny Keg) - 4
  • 5.16 Gal. Sixth Barrel Keg (Sixtel, Log) - 3
  • (1) 5.16 Gal. Sixth Barrel Keg + (1) 7.75 Gal. Slim Quarter Keg
  • 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

See below for the Kegerator Instruction Manual.

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Please note: This unit requires 4" of clearance on all sides and is not intended to be installed under a countertop. For a build-in unit, see the KOMOS Pro Stainless Steel Kegerator.





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Why did you choose this?
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want new , colder kegerator
ANTHONY Z. on Feb 16, 2023
Looked like a great value and was just what i WANTED.
Yvonne C on Nov 27, 2022
want new , colder kegerator
ANTHONY Z. on Feb 16, 2023
Have a 4 tap already love it
Gregory K on Feb 6, 2023
Looked like a great value and was just what i WANTED.
Yvonne C on Nov 27, 2022
seemed better than the big box store models
Daniel J W on Nov 11, 2022
Nice features, good capacity, good price.
Daniel S on Sep 22, 2022
Patriot brewery in Elkhorn Nebraska said to buy it
jeffrey a. s on Jul 19, 2022
Decent price. My chest freezer kegerator has stopped cooling and I need to replace it.
Brian English on Jul 11, 2022
my planned Keezer project was foiled by too much brisket and ribs needing a home
Michael Coen on Jun 18, 2022
volume and temperature
Joe T on Jun 9, 2022
Need one
Troy P on Jun 7, 2022
To serve beer, cider and seltzer concurrently
Carl A on May 19, 2022
Good reviews
Elliot M on May 19, 2022
Replacing 4 tap keezer that failed. Best price/reviews.
Ted S on May 14, 2022
all of the parts on the kegerator were quality. other products at other stores would require upgrading
James C on Apr 6, 2022
Need room for three sankes and the system looks like its awesome
Josh B on Mar 7, 2022
After much research I landed on the Komos double tap. I would have went for the 3 or 4 tap but my wife and I can't drink 20 gallons of beer fast enough! This unit seems to be made especially for the home brewer. All quality components. Why settle for anything but the best when you're enjoying your own suds?!
Jeffrey L L on Jan 10, 2022
two taps, caster portability, tank strap
Joe L on Dec 23, 2021
Joshua W on Dec 9, 2021
Looked like it would fit my needs
Valued C on Dec 7, 2021
Cats need more places to climb
Adam Bittner on Dec 3, 2021
Interior size. Temperature control from 26 - 82 degrees F.
Perry A on Dec 1, 2021
nitro cold brew at home
Daniel M on Dec 1, 2021
Forward taps
Michael A on Dec 1, 2021
Holds up to 4 kegs. Has 3 taps.
justin s on Nov 30, 2021
Price and professional look
Jeffrey J on Nov 30, 2021
recommended by LBHS
paul s on Nov 17, 2021
Surprising my husband for his birthday
Cristhal S on Oct 23, 2021
Good price comparison for features
Jake C on Oct 22, 2021
Larry G on Sep 26, 2021
I'm glad to liberate my other refrigerators
Todd Schlee on Sep 14, 2021
Ineed a new way to serve my beer
curtis g on Sep 2, 2021
Because it is able to hold 4 kegs.
Todd H on Aug 27, 2021
setting up 4 cocktails on draft
Juan Castillo on Aug 18, 2021
First Kegerator and it's a good value for the price
Mark C on Jun 30, 2021
3 taps, well reviewed
Patti R on Jun 29, 2021
4 taps. Seems to be a great value. Frees up my freezer for lagering
Ed M on Jun 23, 2021
Need 4 Taps and 2 Pressure options
Bigs BBQ and Brew P on Jun 23, 2021
Storage capacity
Mike W on Jun 22, 2021
I wanted 3 beers on tap.
Fred M on Jun 18, 2021
Seen it on YouTube and liked it
Paul N on Jun 15, 2021
My wife wanted an anniversary gift
Jeff M on May 27, 2021
Old kegerator on last legs and this appears to be quality and value
Mark A on May 27, 2021
Four full corny kegs!
Odin A on May 18, 2021
Best price I could find
Emerson B on May 8, 2021
I started brewing beer again, it was good. but bottling is a drag. so I got a keg. but it wont' fit in my fridge. so now I need a beer fridge. omg what have I gotten myself into?
Eric Steadle on May 8, 2021
I have read all of the great reviews and need to free up some refrigerator space.
Rex on May 7, 2021
The V2 looks like a superior build over it's competitors and a great value for it.
RYAN on Apr 13, 2021
Liked the triple tap. Wanted 2 for beer and 1 for rootbeer for kids
Kristoffer W on Mar 5, 2021
For beer on tap!
Adam C on Mar 2, 2021
Good price
Noah Windschitl on Feb 23, 2021
Have a 4 tap already love it
Gregory K on Feb 6, 2023
seemed better than the big box store models
Daniel J W on Nov 11, 2022
Will the 6-gallon Torpedo balllock keg fit inside? It looks like there enough space but you would need to use torpedo ball lock disconnects
Ross Sigworth on Oct 20, 2020
KOMOS® Kegerator | Intertap® Stainless Steel Faucets | Fan Cooled Stainless Tower | Digital Thermostat | Casters | Regulator | Fits 1 Half Barrel Keg or 4 Corny Kegs
KOMOS® Kegerator | Intertap® Stainless Steel Faucets | Fan Cooled Stainless Tower | Digital Thermostat | Casters | Regulator | Fits 1 Half Barrel Keg or 4 Corny Kegs
Torpedo Keg | Ball Lock Keg | Stainless Steel Corny Keg | 6 gal.
Torpedo Keg | Ball Lock Keg | Stainless Steel Corny Keg | 6 gal.
BEST ANSWER: I have a 3 tap faucet on my Kegerator and I am able to fit (Tightly) 2 Kegs side by side in the back and one centered in the front. Along with a forth 2.5 keg balanced on the back shelf where the C02 usually goes. I am using standard ball lock connectors on the Torpedo They sit below the top rim handle no problem. If you are trying to stack you will not get another on top of the 6 gallon due to height.
Can this unit be used on my covered lanai? On a hot day the ambient temperature gets up to 85 degrees. Thanks!
BigKev on Jun 19, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I have mine in an unairconditioned Florida room year around and it works well. There are some days that it is over 100F out and it keeps it to 38-40F, but that is rare. Make sure it has room around it to breath and dissipate the heat.
Has anyone fit a half barrel full size commercial keg in one of these? it says it will fit but I have my doubts?
Daniel Leonard on Dec 11, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi Daniel - Yes, a half barrel size commercial keg will fit in this model.
Can this kegerator be used under the counter in a bar?
Gregory Roberts on Jun 19, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I suppose so if the refrigerator height is ok. The draft tower is removable (shipped off with a plug in the draft line hole. You would just have to run the draft lines through the hole in the top, insulate and pack them, then mount the draft tower on the bar top.
I bought the Komos 3 Way Gas manifold for my 3 tap Komos Kegerator and wanted to know know what's the best place to mount it inside and how to properly install it inside the unit without causing any damage to it?
aldany silva on Jan 31, 2022
KOMOS® Kegerator | Intertap® Stainless Steel Faucets | Fan Cooled Stainless Tower | Digital Thermostat | Casters | Regulator | Fits 1 Half Barrel Keg or 4 Corny Kegs
KOMOS® Kegerator | Intertap® Stainless Steel Faucets | Fan Cooled Stainless Tower | Digital Thermostat | Casters | Regulator | Fits 1 Half Barrel Keg or 4 Corny Kegs
KOMOS® Gas Manifold | Aluminum | 1/4 in. Flare
KOMOS® Gas Manifold | Aluminum | 1/4 in. Flare
BEST ANSWER: I suspect with the 3 tap you'll have a bit more room to work with. I have the 4 tap series X (same thing basically). I ended up using Scotch mount Extreme indoor/outdoor double sided tape to mount inside on the "ceiling." Seems to be working well enough, reduces flexibility in moving the kegs around a bit.

I did happen to notice that you can wedge the 45 angled bit right above the fan at the back as well. This would allow you to screw it into the roof as well. The downside here is that the outlets then point down at 45 degrees and once you stick a DuoTight adapter on the end you're really close to the height of a ball lock keg, so I didn't go that route.

Hopefully this description makes sense, I don't seem to be able to attach a photo alongside.
Can I pay to upgrade to the flow control faucets?
Aaron Quintana on Dec 23, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Yes. Definitely. I recommend it, it’s nice to control the flow into the glass without wasting beer. With multiple kegs, it’s common to have 1 beer more carbonated than another because they are not tapped at the same time.
I'm considering purchasing this unit. I have had a different brand kegerator for about 15 years. That one has always iced up badly on the back plate after a couple weeks at serving temperature, so now I normally use it for mostly for primary fermentation. Has anybody had issues with this kegerator icing up?
Robert Dubnicka on Jun 11, 2020
BEST ANSWER: No icing issue whatsoever. I've had it in the hot garage when it is about 95F, and also same garage when it is 40F. That said, I live in an area where it is dry dry dry all the time. Maybe if you live in a humid area it would ice up. For me, though, it works great.
Hi, which way does the door open?
William Clapperton on Sep 30, 2021
BEST ANSWER: Shipped the door opens from the left (hinge on the right side looking from the front). However, it appears the door can be reversed since the door has handle indents on both sides and there are threaded holes to move the hinge bracket on the bottom and pin at the top.
Could this fit three 5 gal Slimline Torpedo Kegs with room for a 5lb Co2 tank inside?
Stephen Gray on Aug 31, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I bought the previous version of Kegland, KegKing, Komos, kegerator. It is the same kegerator they keep changing the name they're made in Australia. I make smaller batches usually 3 gallon batches. Anyway to answer you yes there is room for 3 kegs and the 5lb tank inside. its a tight fit but it works. I have 2-1/2 gal. and 3 gal. AEB kegs. They are 8-3/4 inch diameter and 17.5 inch tall. Three are in there now and room for 5 lb co2 tank. if you have all 5 gallon kegs they will work because it has about 28" inside height clearance. Its been a nice unit I have it in the basement and it keeps my beer nice and cold. It does have a low humming sound sometimes when it is cooling no problem for me but might be irritating if it was in a den, family room or kitchen. It works for me and with the wide temperature range sometimes I use it for fermenting .I would buy again and the V2 model even states more room. Also I'd recommend the springs for the Intertap faucets they really work in pulling the faucet closed after each use. I've had mine for about 14 months now with no problems. Hope this info helps
Do you leave the tower fan on all the time or just before you plan to have a beer or four?
kye wood on Nov 11, 2022
BEST ANSWER: All the time. It's best that way. The fan actually makes the biggest difference on the first pull; that's the one that will be warm without the fan, and it will be foamy as a result. The next pulls would come from the keg, which will be cold. You want the beer in the tower to stay cold since it would be the hardest to cool back down if you let it get warm (the fan isn't exactly a hurricane, but it does the job if you let it).
Given the temperature range of 26-82 degrees does this have the ability to heat as well as cool?
Ryan Reddinger on Jun 13, 2020
BEST ANSWER: The fridge does not have the capacity to heat the inside. If you want to heat a fermentation or the inside of the fridge then you will need to order a seperate heater.
What is the depth with the tank attached? I am setting this up against a wall next to my bar sink base
Mark A. on Apr 9, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I purchased the 3-tap version of this kegerator. With the tank holder on the back, it will stick out from the main unit by 7”-8”. However, the tank holder on the back can come off easily. I have my tank on the floor to the right of the kegerator (you can put if either side or even inside). Without the tank holder & tank in back, the kegerator clearance to back wall is 1”-1 1/2”.
What would it take for the CO2 tank be external?
John Powell on Jul 18, 2019
BEST ANSWER: It comes with a holder that mounts to the back and holds the CO2 tank. There is also a dedicated port to allow the gas line into the kegerator. If you get a 2 or 3 tap model, they send enough barbed T-splitters to allow you to get gas to all your kegs.
I just purchased the KOMOS 3 Tap and it hasn't arrived yet. Does it come with the 3-way gas manifold?
Kevin Stone on Nov 27, 2021
KOMOS® Kegerator | Intertap® Stainless Steel Faucets | Fan Cooled Stainless Tower | Digital Thermostat | Casters | Regulator | Fits 1 Half Barrel Keg or 4 Corny Kegs
KOMOS® Kegerator | Intertap® Stainless Steel Faucets | Fan Cooled Stainless Tower | Digital Thermostat | Casters | Regulator | Fits 1 Half Barrel Keg or 4 Corny Kegs
KOMOS® Gas Manifold | Aluminum | 1/4 in. Flare | 3 Way
KOMOS® Gas Manifold | Aluminum | 1/4 in. Flare | 3 Way
BEST ANSWER: I purchased the 4-tap version. It comes with a dual regulator... I imagine that is what will come with your three tapper. It comes with duo tight fittings to branch off the regulator to the kegs. So all your beers will serve at the same pressure as set on your regulator. I purchased four additional regulators, one for each keg, and ran the CO2 regulator to that series of regulators. I wanted to be able to set each beer to a different serving pressure. Later, I added a fifth regulator to use for force carbonating kegs outside the kegerator so I could close the door and not have lines running outside. All my regulators are mounted externally to the kegerator. My CO2 tank is hidden in a cabinet beside the kegerator. All my lines are the EVA barrier type, which is the type of line that will ship with your Komos. It is stiff but smaller diameter and stays cleaner in my opinion. Hopefully this answers your question. I would send a pic but this response thing will not allow it. Thomas
If I get the quad tap can I use with only 1, 2 or 3 kegs set up or would I leak co2 from the taps not in use? Want the option of 4 taps but don't plan on always having 4 kegs.
Blake Tonner on Jan 1, 2024
BEST ANSWER: I have this and do not always run four. I have had a leak from a fitting but that was inside the fridge (not from this line being empty). Also, if the taps are on the liquid side and the co2 runs into the keg then pushes the beer out the liquid side. As long as you have your fittings on the co2 lines you should not have a leak.
Can you mount a 4 way co2 splitter inside the kegerator on one of the walls?
Chris Katona on Nov 9, 2021
BEST ANSWER: It depends on the size of what you call a splitter. If all the kegs will have the same pressure you can just use “Ts” to string four ball locks in series (that’s what I did using 3 Ts. I’d you want different pressure in one or two using two bottles, there are two different feedthroughs in the back of the kegerator.
Can a second bottle of Nitrogen (besides CO2) be installed off the back and brought to 1 keg?
David Sharples on Dec 29, 2023
BEST ANSWER: There are two holes for airlines. I'm running a dual pressure CO2 regulator and both air lines fit through one of the two holes. There's only one tank holder, so you would have to find a way to secure the Nitrogen bottle.
I'm curious what length beer lines most people are using. Some people mention using their own tubing but if you use the 4mm that comes with the system, should 5 feet be enough?
Paul Costanza on Oct 19, 2022
BEST ANSWER: I used 6 feet per tap, using the 4mm as the beverage line, as recommended. I get excellent pours. I recommend consulting the free PDF of the Brewer's Association "Draught Beer Quality Manual"
Has anyone mounted a manifold inside the unit? I want to reuse all my old tubing and 3 way manifold as I want to control all 3 lines for gas.
Christopher Kulesza on Aug 26, 2021
BEST ANSWER: Hi Christopher, I did not mount my 3 port manifold, I thought to mount it on one of the glass rack holes, but instead I bought all new tubing 8mm and added duotight fittings, I also installed inline duotight shutoff valves on the gas lines. I left the tubing long enough so I can extend the keg out of the kegerator with fittings still attached, making it for easy access. The manifold just floats around on the left side and I have had no problems. Good Luck, Ben B
Can this kegerator be used as a built-in unit, not free-standing?
Patrick Joyce on Jul 24, 2021
BEST ANSWER: While I have yet to install this unit,, I plan on using it as a built in as I've previously bought a different brand and was able to do so.. so I'm assuming I can do something similar with this one..

To be fair,, I'm a cabinet maker and accustomed to customizing components to work.

What I had to do with the other brand was to separate the tap column from the unit itself and reattach it to my solid surface top. Additionally I added a plastic tube to go through the counter top and into the keggorator to keep the unit sealed between both surfaces.

So assuming I can follow the same method as explained above, I feel very confident I can make the work as well!!

Hopefully this helps.

If you'd like some further insights I'd be happy to help.
What all do I need to get with this to have everything i need to setup upon arrival?
Devlin Laurenson on Mar 18, 2021
BEST ANSWER: You need a CO2 cylinder filled with CO2. If you are a home brewer, it fits up to 4 kegs that hold 5 gallon batches. I use Cornelius kegs with ball lock but any Corny kegs will work. You need gas in and beer out fittings that match your choice of keg that the duo fitting will screw onto. It is super easy to set up. Just be patient on the tower setup. You only want to do this once. There are other whistles and bells you could add but the above gets beer flowing and that is the whole goal.
I'm considering this for my covered patio, it can get to 100 degrees in July and August in Texas, will this model hold up? I'm hoping with the increased insulation, bigger compressor and insulated tap neck it will be ok for those 2 months?
Michael Reese on Aug 8, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Short answer - I don't think it will do well. Long answer - when my house gets to mid-80s inside I've observed the compressor running frequently and the chamber temperature drifts up by a few degrees. Additionally, while the tower cooling fan does a fairly good job of minimizing foaming, it's not as effective at warmer room temperatures. Tower condensation is also a problem when the humidity goes up. This causes a big puddle on the kegerator and reduces the ability to cool the lines in the tower. As always, YMMV .
Does the CO2 rack hold a 10lb tank?
Michael Ellis on Feb 2, 2020
BEST ANSWER: The bracket is made for CO2 tanks that are 8 inches wide or less. For the most part it will only fit 5# tanks.
13 months, and my compressor has stopped working. Any tips?
Jerry Brown on Nov 7, 2021
BEST ANSWER: I'm not sure if you have the same problem, but mine failed in warranty and they sent me a new one. I was able to fix the old one. I found that the compressor has an overload protector. I was able to verify that the compressor worked by briefly bypassing it. I had a little trouble finding the part, but eventually got one on ebay shipped from China for about $10. Now I have 2 working kegerators! You might check yours out.
How can I connect my taprite regulator to the duotight fitting?
Cassandra Nelson on Apr 22, 2021
BEST ANSWER: Hi Cassandra, my kegerator came with a KOMOS regulator, I adapted it with a 1/4" MIP x 1/4" FLR half union fitting, then I used a DUO106 flare to 5/16 fitting, I think this same fitting will work for a Taprite regulator. I also modified the manifold with D1820B Gas manifold nipples so I could use the DUO106 fittings. I also changed out the keg ball lock fittings to flare fittings and purchased 5/16" to 1/4" reducers DUO100 for the taps. All the fittings in the kegerator are duotight. I also put in-line valves on each gas line to the kegs DUO101. Absolutely no clamps It sounds like a lot of work, but so far no leaks and I can control gas flow to each keg.

I hope this helps, Good Luck
Ben B..
in what country are these kegerators made?
Kevin Mapp on Sep 5, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Australia
Will this unit hold 3 pin-lock cornys and still have room for the co2 cylinder to fit inside?
Dale Laman on Jul 29, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Yes 3 pin lock 5 gallon kegs will fit, but very very tight. Mine came with a cylinder rack mounted on the back of the kegerator and a gas line pass through hole. You can NOT fit a 5lb cylinder and 3 kegs inside.
Is the door reversible?
Andrew Littlejohn on Sep 12, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Andrew - Yes, the door is reversible, however be careful to remove the pin grommets that hold the door in place. Or new ones can probably be picked up from most any appliance dealer.
Will the V2 be offered with Nukatap faucets?
Antonio Martinez on Jan 15, 2021
BEST ANSWER: At this time we do not have a plan to offer the kegerator with the new nukatap faucets, but it may be a feature we add sometime in the future. Cheers!
I purchased the Komos Residential Kegerator with the Quad Tap option. This isn't my first kegerator. The instructions on page 6 for Assembly of the Quad Tower states "Attach the Duotight fitting...and then attach one of the precut lengths of beverage line to the Duotight fitting". I received 22 feet 5 inches of the double wall tubing. One piece, no precut lengths. On page 9 the instructions specify: "Beer Line is more than just a way to get your beer from the keg to your glass. It works as a flow restrictor, and when properly sized it will ensure your beer is served just right. Note that having the correct beer line internal dimension, length, CO2 pressure, and beer temperature is critical to serving your beer properly." My plan is to cut the included double-walled beer line into 4 equal lengths. That should allow enough line to pull the kegs out of the kegerator to attach the Disconnects easily. Does anyone else have other suggestions?
David Desertspring on Oct 31, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I did not use the provided tubing, selecting a higher grade product from the vendor. You will need about 6 feet per faucet, fine tuning for best pour. If you bought the flow control faucets. I have found over the years that longer is better than shorter to limit foaming. CO2 line length has no bearing on the delivery. I might suggest changing the manifold be one with, in your case, 4 secondary regulators to further control delivery. Bottom line, 6 feet would be the shortest I would ever use, but you might be well advised to try your 4 equal lines and go from there. Beer lines are rather cheap.

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Rated 1 out of 5
Not worth the money
Mine died afer 4 years. Poorly made and way over priced. I would recommend buying something other than Komos.
April 11, 2024
over 3 years ago
Response from MoreFlavor
Thank you for your review. It is a shame that your fridge is no longer working. We do stock some specific replacement parts that can help revive a unit. Also it is important to note that your mileage and lifetime will vary a lot based on the relative ambient temperatures, the temperature swing, how often it is opened, and what temperature you have it set to. We find that folks who keep theirs set to a moderate temperature in the high 30's to low 40's have the longest longevity with these units.

Please reach out to us and we may be able to get your machine back up and running. Cheers!
April 18, 2024
Malcolm lieban
Rated 4 out of 5
September 2, 2023
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
very nice!!
fairly easy to put together, works great!!
February 24, 2023
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Awesome unit
This is an awesome unit and built well. I haven't had any issues. Unit was packaged great and no shipping issues. I would recommend this kegerator.
January 25, 2023
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Down Temp Button Broken, Excellent Customer Service
The down temp button stopped working after two years. Emailed customer service and got back to me right away. Parts to replace were not expensive. Thought it was going to be an ordeal, but was the opposite.

Good job.
November 26, 2022
over 3 years ago
Rated 3 out of 5
If your fridge stops cooling, DO NOT buy a new fridge! Check this first!
My Komos kegerator ran great for 3 years then stopped cooling. I think this was due to it being overworked. The back panel inside the fridge turned to ice for a couple months and I had not defrost it.

After some research, the fix was quite simple. If your kegerator has stopped cooling, chances are your start relay and overload protection need replacement. I've seen countless reviews online with the same issue, and they were able to fix it simply by changing these two parts. The overload protector protects your compressor from being overworked so there's a good chance it's not your compressor that has stopped working. When your overload protector dies voltage cannot pass to your compressor, safely shutting it down when necessary. Compressors are built to last!

I bought the overload protector and start relay from the big site, installed it, and after a few minutes my compressor started working again. The model number is on the part. I think most start relays for fridges are 4.2 ohms, 3 pin. I bought it paired with an overload protector for $12.

I've seen a few people on beer forums end up buying a new fridge with the same issue when the fix perhaps could have been to simply changing these two parts. Hopefully, I can save someone with the same issue money with this review.

This should be in the manual and tech support should have been able to offer advice on this. I called them prior to doing my research and could not offer me any help other than to check for leaks. One of them told me it was probably my compressor that had gone bad so at that point I thought I would need to buy a new fridge. By simply changing these two parts I saved a ton of money and time and didn't need to wait for further advice from tech support.

3 stars for making a great kegerator but 2 stars for poor customer support.
November 4, 2022
Rated 5 out of 5
"Built-in" Komos Kegerator
I've been wanting to share a photo of my "built-in" Komos kegerators, as I have had a few questions about if it can be done. Well the answer is yes. I bought 2 of the original 3 keg versions a couple of years ago when I started my taproom project, so that I could build around them. if you notice in the photo, the tap towers are mounted to the concrete counter top. I made a metal sleeve and collar to extend from the bottom of the tap towers to the top of the kegerator. Anyway, I hope this will give you an idea of what can be done. If you would like additional photos or have questions, please feel free to respond.
"Built-in" Komos Kegerator.
"Built-in" Komos Kegerator.
September 20, 2022
over 4 years ago
Rated 4 out of 5
The things I like about the Komos setup.
I am starting this out with 4 stars. Over time it may be worth 4.5 and maybe 5 stars. When I first got the Komos, I thought there might be something wrong with it. But MoreBeer customer service sent me information on how to calibrate the temperature of the Komos. This seemed to work well.
Here are things that I l like about it.
1. It's pretty good looking.
2. Love the fact that it will hold four 5 gallon corny kegs.
3. The duotight tee connectors work well. On my last kegerator, I ran all the gas line through a manifold. Over time I found this to be a bit awkward. You can use a manifold with the Komos, but I like better without the manifold. You get even gas distribution to all the kegs at the same time. This was easy to do with the duotight tee connectors.
4. On my last kegerator, if a tap sat more than a day or two without being used, it would get very gummed up. Sometimes a chore to open it up again. So far, I have not seen this problem with the Intertap Stainless Steel Faucets. They seem to work very well.
5. Haven't totally convinced myself that the Tower Cooling Hose helps all that much, but it is a neat feature and probably doesn't hurt.
August 8, 2022
1 year ago
Rated 1 out of 5
Don’t buy one unless you like your beer warm or frozen.
I was pretty excited when I heard KOMOS was making kegerators, so I bought a 6 tap double wide. I cannot tell you how disappointed I am. I the cooling controls are horrible. We’ve tried everything MoreBeer recommended and still, it either freezes the beer or not. No matter where and how we set it, the choices are 62F or freezing. You know what works? We hooked it up to an Inkbird. There are so many nice features, you’d think Kimos would invest in decent controls. But they haven’t, so what good is it? A choice of warm beer or frozen negates anything else. I would guess you to look elsewhere. And MoreBeer? Seriously? A great company like yours should be more picky about selling a product like this. And you certainly could’ve have been more helpful. We tried everything you suggested. No luck. I’ll be very hesitant to buy another KOMOS product.
August 4, 2022
Rated 5 out of 5
Very happy with this so far. I was a bit worried about the noise level based on other reviews, but it’s very quite. It went together nicely, no leaks, low noise, and it keeps my beer cold. What more could I ask for.
June 6, 2022
1 year ago