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Lighted Beer Tower

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philkessle


quality posts: 2 Private Messages philkessle

Previosly Sold On 10/24/2012 for $24.99 (Woot-Off)

blastermaster728


quality posts: 2 Private Messages blastermaster728

Good ol' Woot putting a beer glass in the picture that wouldn't fit under the nozzle of the dispenser...

craighansen


quality posts: 4 Private Messages craighansen
blastermaster728 wrote:Good ol' Woot putting a beer glass in the picture that wouldn't fit under the nozzle of the dispenser...



Yeah, 'cause no one could tip the glass at an angle or put the dispenser near the edge of the table.

iguana71


quality posts: 4 Private Messages iguana71
craighansen wrote:Yeah, 'cause no one could tip the glass at an angle or put the dispenser near the edge of the table.


Yeah! You Tell `Em

You're not gonna sit there and let that jerkface get away with saying that, are you?

:D

dliidlii


quality posts: 34 Private Messages dliidlii

I always get lit up near a beer tower.

fjoekjui


quality posts: 0 Private Messages fjoekjui

This could be great to use with a growler from your local brewery.

It would make pouring the beer properly much easier than with a full growler.

codediamond


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craighansen wrote:Yeah, 'cause no one could tip the glass at an angle or put the dispenser near the edge of the table.



Hahaha Right!

readymade


quality posts: 19 Private Messages readymade

When the power goes out you'll be able to use this as a lifesaving beacon of foamy sustenance!

I got something better than luck.

EndrinX


quality posts: 1 Private Messages EndrinX

I actually have one of these and regularly fill it up with some local Stout. It's definitely a great way to keep a decent amount of beer chilled.

rkasberg


quality posts: 1 Private Messages rkasberg

Does it hold 84 ounces in addition to the ice, or is it 84 ounces if you don't use ice?.. So the next question would be how much beer does it hold if you use the ice?

Griz

Ruger9mm


quality posts: 2 Private Messages Ruger9mm
rkasberg wrote:Does it hold 84 ounces in addition to the ice, or is it 84 ounces if you don't use ice?.. So the next question would be how much beer does it hold if you use the ice?



I think the ice is in a separate compartment, so it would not be included in the volume of the pitcher.

Mr3dPHD


quality posts: 2 Private Messages Mr3dPHD

I will stick with my kegerator, thank you very much. Although...it would be like having a second beer on draft. Hmmm....

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jbbarnett19


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I wonder about how it maintains carbonation?

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Fluffy215


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jbbarnett19 wrote:I wonder about how it maintains carbonation?



I was wondering the same thing.

mmmmattd


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Fluffy215 wrote:I was wondering the same thing.



Fill glass, drink, repeat. No maintaining needed.

CasualSax


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jbbarnett19 wrote:I wonder about how it maintains carbonation?



It will lose some when you fill it, and lose more when you dispense it. I wouldn't recommend this for a growler, as it would mean it was being poured three times.

For mixed drinks, though, this looks great.

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xyrcncp


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Mr3dPHD wrote:I will stick with my kegerator, thank you very much. Although...it would be like having a second beer on draft. Hmmm....



Well, of course, if you have a kegerator you will stick to it and pass on a $20 beer tower...

TechnoCat


quality posts: 1 Private Messages TechnoCat

I purchased one during the summer Woot. Used it for our Halloween party, filled with blue Margarita mixings. Made the bartender's job easier and looked cool. Nothing about it is beer-specific.

The ice does a good job of keeping it cool, and the LEDs do give it a neat glow.

Based on party reaction, next time we'll put a punch in it so adults and kids can serve themselves the fully ready-to-drink. AND bring it to the campsite for sharing.

smokin2shelby


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Looks like a great option for some type of hooch but a bad one for beer.

craigthom


quality posts: 62 Private Messages craigthom

I agree. I would not pour beer in it, but it would be fun for punch.

miken927


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It's like having your own mini-beerquarium!


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forbichoff


quality posts: 1 Private Messages forbichoff
EndrinX wrote:I actually have one of these and regularly fill it up with some local Stout. It's definitely a great way to keep a decent amount of beer chilled.



why would you want your stout to stay colder longer? stouts get better as they warm up.

Doctor1337


quality posts: 1 Private Messages Doctor1337

One of the local bars has several beer towers, and they're great fun. Beerwise, we just drink Bud Light or Natural Lite out of them, so it's hard to say if that really affects how the beer tastes, since there's no real taste anyway. However, this thing definitely works with mixed drinks! The bar adds ten shots of your preferred alcohol in with your favorite mixer, and bam, you have a good time.

craigthom


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forbichoff wrote:why would you want your stout to stay colder longer? stouts get better as they warm up.



If it's cold enough to keep Bud Light drinkably cold, then it is too cold for any beer I drink.