70,000 plus fans will pack SoFi Stadium in suburban Los Angles to watch the Cincinnati Bengals take on the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LVI. 100 million or more people will tune in Sunday at home, in restaurants, or at a Super Bowl viewing party. So, whether you’re rooting for the Bengals or Rams, a fan of the halftime show, or the commercials, the biggest weekend in sports is a great excuse to eat fabulous food, drink beer, and gather with family and friends.
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What is a Kegerator
A kegerator is a specially designed fridge that chills and dispenses kegs. Danby’s keg coolers can fit a 60-liter keg down to a 20-liter keg inside and uses CO2 to pressurize and dispense drinks. Learn more about the anatomy of a kegerator.
Have you ever wondered what you could use a kegerator for? While most people use keg coolersfor dispensing beer, there are many alternative uses. Dispense soft drinks, juice, punch, hard cider, and kombucha. Before dispensing another beverage, make sure to clean the machine thoroughly. When you don’t have a keg inside, you can store various other drinks or snacks inside and use your kegerator as a convenient mini fridge.
The kegerator is the king of beer dispensing. Beer from a keg is generally going to taste better than from a bottle or can. The keg in a Danby keg cooler is constantly kept between a cooling range of 32°F – 50°F (0°C -10°C), keeping your beer fresher and flavors enhanced for extended periods. According to Liquid Logistics, when beer is bottled, it undergoes pasteurization, which means it is heated to kill off any bacteria; this can also impact your beer’s flavor. Heat is an enemy of beer, flavor-wise. It needs a cooler environment and heating it to pasteurize it can significantly change the flavor.
Get a Danby kegerator for the perfect tasting, refreshingly cold beer for any event. Just don’t spill any beer while celebrating the big win this weekend.
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