KOMOS® Olympus II Kegerator | Digital Thermostat | No Tower | Glass Doors | Fits 3 Half Barrel Kegs or 12 Corny Kegs

KOMOS® Olympus II Kegerator | Digital Thermostat | No Tower | Glass Doors | Fits 3 Half Barrel Kegs or 12 Corny Kegs

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The KOMOS Olympus Kegerator was engineered with commercial use in mind, and easily stands up to the rigorous demands of a professional environment. That being said, this absolutely gorgeous kegerator will only enhance whatever room it finds itself in, whether that's the local taproom or your home bar. Features double-pane swinging glass doors with lock & key, recessed drip tray with pre-plumbed drain, adjustable height wire rack shelves, interior lighting, rubber floor mat, easy to use digital thermostat, and heavy duty rolling casters.

Please note the kegerator does not come with a plug for the tower hole. The Olympus is intended to be paired with a standard 3" diameter draft tower or one of the KOMOS Quad Tap Tower kits.

Feature Summary:

  • Easy to use digital temperature controller
  • Commercial grade compressor uses R290 refrigerant
  • Tower cooling fan
  • Beautiful stainless steel countertop style surface
  • All stainless steel interior with rubber floor mat
  • Recessed countertop style drip tray with built-in drain
  • Adjustable-height Rubber-coated stainless steel bottle racks
  • Heavy duty rolling casters come standard
  • Front and side facing ventilation for maximum cooling efficiency
  • Lock & key to keep your precious beverages protected
  • Interior lighting can be switched On/Off from the outside
  • ETL Certified
  • CO2 Regulator, tower, draft lines not included


  • 58.875" Wide
  • 27.75" Deep
  • 36.75" Tall (fridge only)
    • 40" Tall with Caster Wheels
    • +15.75" with 4-Tap Tower
    • +12.75" with 1 to 3-Tap Tower
  • 115V - 60 hz
  • 2.88 Amp draw

Internal Dimensions:

  • 46.5" Wide
  • 21.75" Deep
  • 29.25" Tall
  • Door Frames - 28.75" H x 21" W

What Fits:

  • 5 Gal. Slimline Torpedo Keg - 12
  • 5 Gal. Ball Lock Cornelius Keg (Corny Keg) - 12
  • 7.75 Gal. Quarter Barrel Keg (Pony Keg, Stubby Quarter) - 3
  • 15.5 Gal. Half Barrel Keg (Full Size Keg) - 3


Please note: The optimal conditions for this unit are an indoor environment with temperatures not exceeding 86°F and 55% relative humidity. If used outdoors or in an environment exceeding these conditions, note that the unit will operate for longer durations, and defrost cycles will vary based on temperature and humidity levels.

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Weight 289 LBS
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What temperature do you keep your kegs and what range is the controller set for? I noticed you use this in a garage, would you recommend this to be used in a living space?
Richard Radford on Dec 4, 2022
My temperature set point is at 36°F ( defined as compressor cut in) with a compressor cut out set at 5° differential, or 41°. (The factory setting on the controller is 33° with a 7° differential.) I did have to calibrate the temperature controller probe as it was reading at 5° lower than actual measured temperature. You can review the Dixell controller manual that is linked on the MoreBeer KOMOS Olympus web page to see how this controller works. My serving temperature runs right around 37.5 degrees using the above settings. (The operating range shown on the controller while cycling is between 41° and 35°, but the beverage mass stays constant.)

I do think this would work OK in a living space depending on how much noise is acceptable to you and how much distance away from it you are. It is a commercial unit, so it isn’t designed to operate as quietly as a household refrigerator (compare it to a free standing beverage cooler at a convenience store or a coin op canned beverage dispenser.) The frequency of the cycle operation will be dependent on ambient temperature, but the turnaround time on a cycle is pretty fast so it’s not running for a long time to get back down to cut out temp. Mine is in the garage mainly due to space requirements, but if I had it in a home, I think it would be fine if it were not in direct line with areas of the house you would wish to be quiet (in another room or around a corner.) While it isn’t anywhere near as quiet as the KOMOS V2 that sits next to it, the V2 has a fan that runs all the time (background hum), whereas the Olympus is dead quiet when not running.
Hope I answered your questions.

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Rated 4 out of 5
Good unit, allowing greater convenience and versatility than what I had before.
Purchased to replace a 6 year old keezer build. I also own a 2.5 year old Komos Quad Tap, and a 20 year old 3 tap True TDD-1-S that can now be retired. The keezer freezer had failed and I couldn’t find a new freezer to fit the collar build. Time didn’t allow another construction, so I purchase the Komos Olympus II as a replacement. I use mostly 5 gal ball-lock kegs, and all kegerators are located in an insulated garage without temperature control in a moderate climate area.

Advantages: Commercial quality, easier to load kegs (no lifting 50lbs five feet up to load), more “headroom” space to line-connect kegs than other kegerators, “extra” space between 6 loaded kegs in one half of the unit allows for easier keg changes, and visible easy to access storage space for cans and bottles in the other half. Interior light makes keg connection, reading keg ID, and checking contents much easier. Much quieter compared to the True TDD-1, which has an evaporator fan designed for continuous operation.

Disadvantages: Main oversight is that the quad tower recommended does not hit the drip tray at the side faucet locations (I purchased the recommended Komos quad tower kit separately since I already had faucets). I will probably purchase a 15 in. Wrap Around Drip Tray to solve the problem of faucets dripping on the unit’s stainless top; for now I have to use plastic cups. Other issues: More than usual time required to learn the controller operation and function (poor Chinese translation), door edge condensation issues until controller function was changed from manufacturer settings, thin plywood shipping crate from manufacturer didn’t hold up well to forks during freight shipment making it difficult to move to my unpackaging area, and one door hinge was mounted hastily crooked and needed adjustment to level and seal the door correctly.
Extra “headroom” and space makes keg changes and connections easier, even when loaded with 6 kegs.
Orientation of Quad Tower lateral faucets to drip tray.
Location of faucet drip splash. Cup or additional drip tray required to catch accumulated liquid.
October 23, 2022
1 year ago