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BrewCave Walk-in Cooler & Kegerator: The Beer Lover’s Happy Place

by Lambert Varias
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The BrewCave is to beer lovers what a walk-in closet is to a fashionista. Or what Disneyland is to a kid. Or what a room filled with the things that you love is to you. It’s the perfect cave for your man cave.

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The BrewCave is made of metal-skinned panels with 4″ insulation cores. It can fit up to 30 cases of beer along with 4 kegs of more beer. As you can see it also has a built-in dispenser, so your guests can get a drink without interrupting your alone time with your cache inside. It has a 3/4hp refrigeration system designed to maintain an icy cold temperature of 32°F.

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You can order the BrewCave from Kegworks for $6,349 (USD); pay $400 more and you get an insulated steel floor. It will be delivered as individual panels and thus will need to be assembled, so you’d better be sober when it gets to your place.

[The Green Head via Gizmodo via Geekologie]

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