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

KOMOS® Kegerator | NukaTap® Matte Black Stainless 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 NukaTap stainless steel faucets with matte black finish, the newest in forward-sealing faucet design. 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 tower, the NukaTap 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.
NukaTap Stainless Faucets and Towers
All kegerators come with NukaTap faucets for mounting on the stainless tower. NukaTap is the newest brand of forward sealing faucets that boast a lower thermal mass for reduced first pour foam. They feature a "nuke-shaped" internal shuttle that is made from TPV, which provides superior laminar flow to further reduce foaming issues. If you prefer all stainless steel components in your beer faucet, we would suggest the kegerator configuration that comes with Intertap faucets. 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. 
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
  • NukaTap 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
  • 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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To use in a mobile bar
MELISSA E on Jan 24, 2023
Good reviews
Kevin on Oct 3, 2022
To use in a mobile bar
MELISSA E on Jan 24, 2023
Good reviews, local warehouse, and because I don’t want to walk upstairs from the basement for beer anymore.
Jason M on Jan 17, 2023
Good reviews
Kevin on Oct 3, 2022
Black taps
Abhas G on Aug 22, 2022
Like the style and able to make and hold more beer
Robert B on Jun 4, 2022
My current kegerator is 15 years old and on its last leg. This Komos has more room inside, better temp control, and will be a better fit for my living space.
Will C on May 27, 2022
Good Value
Kathryn F on Mar 15, 2022
Value, features, styling
Jim A on Feb 23, 2022
Great deal, liked the look
Ryan N on Dec 1, 2021
For the Matt black taps
Vera D on Oct 19, 2021
Size Quality Price
Randall G on Oct 14, 2021
Good reviews, local warehouse, and because I don’t want to walk upstairs from the basement for beer anymore.
Jason M on Jan 17, 2023
Black taps
Abhas G on Aug 22, 2022
I have five corny kegs (two pin lock and three ball lock) must die get a torpedo slim line keg for a one tab system or can I use one ball lock corny keg? Probably not right?
Dan Freimayer on Oct 19, 2021
BEST ANSWER: For one tap you can use any size of keg you wish. You can fit any 2 kegs inside at any time. If you want to get 3 kegs inside you will need at least 1 if not all 3 to be slimline or original ball lock size kegs.
I purchased a 2 tap unit and am awaiting its arrival and building a bar to place it under. It will have 22” clearance on either side and 2” in back, with the tower up thru the bartop. Can the Komos be used in this set up? It will be just under the bartop to have enough room to fill glasses with beer. Thanks
Shane Mock on Sep 29, 2021
BEST ANSWER: There should be plenty of room to put a glass underneath the tap. You might have trouble getting some pitchers under there. Also with just 2" in the back you will need to put the CO2 tank inside the fridge or in the adjacent cabinet which may limit your space inside the refrigerator.

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Rated 5 out of 5
Great Kegerator for the Price!
I've owned this kegerator with 4 taps for just over 1 year. I installed it into my back bar with the top of the kegerator even with granite countertops. My CO2 tank and regulator are in the adjacent cabinet. So I have about 1/4" clearance on each side and the back of the kegerator is against the wall. We built a finished platform to raise the top even with the counter. Leveling glides are extended halfway. I've not had any issues with the kegerator overheating and it keeps my kegs at 36 degrees consistently. I know the recommendation is 4" all around but I've not had any issues. I've also been able to put 2 commercial kegs and 2 slimline kegs in the kegerator at the same time. I have not tried 4 commercial kegs because I always have home brew on tap. Would be interested to know if anyone has put 4 commercial 5 gal kegs in this kegerator. No complaints with this unit at all!
June 24, 2023
Rated 4 out of 5
Totally worth it.
Matte black finish flakes off as expected but still looks great. Try to stick with the shorter fittings on your sanke tap. There's enough room for the beer line but longer fittings make it a bit tight. All of this is superficial. The product it amazing, holds whatever temp I set it at and has plenty of modularity for remote lines, gas, tower, and so on.
I currently have a 1/6 and quarter keg in mine and that's all it'll do, though it will fit the kegs listed in the product description.
January 31, 2023
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
I love the kegerator! I also have a Kegco keg and this is far superior!
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January 1, 2023
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
I really REALLY like having a kegerator!!!
Aside from having to use a very long extension to get the tower screwed in, it was easy to put together. If I had not already had the tool I might have taken a star away. It is a wonderful set up. On tap I have an IPA and a graf. I'm about to brew a brown ale and the last tap will be a root beer soda. I will say definitely get some in-line regulators. Wish I would have bought this thing long ago.
September 3, 2022
1 year ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Great product but the black paint is coming off the nozzles
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June 3, 2022
over 2 years ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Great kegerator, not so great paint on the NukaTaps
You pay a bit more for a purpose-built machine like this, but it's good value for money. Comes very well packed and the setup is pretty straightforward. The cooling fan and ports for the gas line(s) are a nice touch.

The coating on the NukaTaps leaves a lot to be desired. I expected wear and tear on the inside threads, but did not expect large black chunks floating in my beer. Not a fan of drinking paint chips.

I will be putting my old stainless Intertap faucets back on the tower.
Good thing I wasn't pouring a stout.
Good thing I wasn't pouring a stout.
May 19, 2022
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
So far I'm happy. Maybe should have gotten the four tap
So far I'm happy. Maybe should have gotten the four tap. It is quiet, setup was easy, only one keg in there currently but plans for more.
January 25, 2022
over 2 years ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Nice Appliance, Generally well designed
I'm a hobbyist cidermaker. I bought the Komos Kegerator to keep 2 of our ciders, a guest beer , and a sparkling water on tap. Getting the 4th tap going is proving a challenge.

The Komos v2 Kegerator is a nice appliance. It's a quality build with good interior space. The quad tap tower is a nice compact setup. The digital controls are easy to use.And the rubber casters are well made. I do wish there was a stainless steel top or insert though.

Overall it's nice. Here are a few critiques; these improvements would make it better,
1- The system is marketed to integrate well with Torpedo Keg brand kegs. You can fit 3 standard cornys plus your gas or 4 slimline cornys leaving the gas outside potentially on a rack that is included and attaches to the back of the unit (not the sides though). However, one would think you could put 2 2.5 gal cornys stacked to get your 4th tap setup. But it doesn't fit. The handles are so tall that the stacked 2.5gal setup misses fitting by about 1".
This makes the whole system less useful for the quad tap setup. Even if I replaced all my standard Torpedos w slimline ones, the bulky tall handles make the integration with the Kegerator more difficult. Indeed a slimline keg is 7/8" taller than a standard. Maybe the rubber topped soda kegs that have a shorter cowl would work for a double 2.5 gal stack.

2- The tower is difficult to assemble. Just milling the bottom flange for keyhole screwfix mounting would make setup so much easier. Then you'd screw in the screws halfway and just slide the tower on and turn it. As it stands now, you have to reach down the tower with a screw and hand thread it part way. Then take a long screwdriver ad fasten each screw. It's real tight in there.

3- The display is really bright. It would be nice if it shut off and relit when you touched it. At night it lights up the room and there is no dim or off option. I put a piece of electrical tape over it.

4- This is aspirational. One might imagine a Kegerator where the tank pressure could be in the digital display, perhaps even with a low pressure alarm. If anyone could do it, I would think that Komos could. Mechanical gauges are designed to read pressure at a specific temperature. That's why they're inaccurate when in the fridge. However, a digital gauge could calculate the actual pressure regardless of the gauge temp.
January 9, 2022
over 2 years ago