If you’ve done any entertaining outdoors, then you know how difficult it can be to efficiently keep a wine bottle and wine glasses together. You either have to be sitting at an outdoor or tiki bar of some sort or have an end table nearby. Granted, this isn’t necessarily a big deal, but […]
This is probably one of the coolest home bar ideas that we’ve come across. This is a real working yet miniaturized wooden oak barrel that can hold your favorite alcoholic beverage.
This oak barrel is just like the barrels that distilleries and wineries use to age their beverages in and […]
Are you a big Heineken beer drinker? Do you enjoy the crisp bite of a genuine European lager that you can only get on draft? If either of these appeals to you then you’ll definitely be interested in the Krups BeerTender.
If you’ve ever enjoyed Heineken, Heineken Premium Light […]
Now I’m far from a Scotch expert (or any whiskey for that matter) but I definitely enjoy a good single malt from time to time and it is one of the staples in my home bar. Once in a while I’ll use the splash of water to open things up, but it’s not […]
Outdoor kegerators are more than just kegerators you wheel out to your party. Because you are going to keep them outside by where you hang out most, they have to be built better. They have to withstand the elements and the electrical lines need to be grounded and isolated. Then the refrigerator parts […]
If having a kegerator that served ice cold beer in your home bar was cool, then having one that served two different cold beers is even awesome (not a word). Dual tap kegerators provide a lot more variety and make it convenient to have two types of beers (regular and light, […]
Stainless steel kegerators add a nice touch to any home bar. I can’t quite put my finger on it, but there’s something about the stainless steel that makes it seem so much better. Perhaps they are designed to be more “industrialized” or commercial so they are made with higher quality components. The reason […]
Being able to serve draft beer is one of the coolest features of having a home bar. Not only does it lend some legitimacy of being an actual bar, but drinking beer from a keg is easier, tastes better, and is more economical. But buying a kegerator can be expensive and you want […]
Back about three years or ago I wanted to build my own kegerator. I did a lot of research trying to find out (A): what I needed but also (B): where to find the best prices on kegerators and kegerator equipment. During that research period I amassed a lot of knowledge about […]