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SHOP SOILED Benchy Glycol - Glycol Keg Benchtop Dispenser - Stainless Steel

£200.00

Shop Soiled new SS Benchy Glycol. Was returned unused by customer.

No taps are included. Item is everything in first photo.

From Kegland:

Do you want a benchtop keg system that simply plugs into the wall, top up with water mixed with some glycol*, and is easy to use?  Benchy is the easy to use bench top keg dispenser that makes draft beer as easy as flipping a switch.  Perfect for weddings, catering or other functions where no complicated beer plumbing is necessary.

It is as easy as:
1. Plug into wall
2. Add 20% Glycol/Water Solution
3. Attach Kegs and Gas
4. Wait up to 1 hour for resevoir to cool.
5. Pour!

refer to the instruction manual for step-by-step how to.

 

Glycol Tank - This model has an efficiently sized glycol tank that cools down fast but also gives you a thermal mass so you can handle peak serving times.

 

Cooling Performance - The Benchy Glycol unit is able to chill about 20-30L of beer per hour.  This amount of beer consumption will ideally suit many bars/cafe domestic use.

 

Compact and Portable - Small enough to fit into the boot of a car, lift with one person and setup quickly in any bar, cafe, outdoor entertaining or functions.

  

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SHOP SOILED Benchy Glycol - Glycol Keg Benchtop Dispenser - Stainless Steel

£200.00
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