Units with a glass door are ideal for displaying the drinks you have on hand for entertaining, while a solid stainless steel door allows you to store things discreetly. Beverage refrigerators free up space in the kitchen refrigerator to store other items and make it easier to find a desired drink. Some built-in beverage coolers come with finished sides so they can be left as freestanding units.

The Dukers DBB60-H2 under bar refrigerator is designed The Dukers DBB60-H2 under bar refrigerator is designed to chill and organize beer soda juice and drink mixers in a convenient space-saving cabinet. Featured in a large 61 in. size and 2 doors double pane tempered glass block UV light to safely keep all types of drinks ready to serve. ...  More + Product Details Close
Dual zone beverage centers allow you to keep a wider variety of drinks at different temperatures while outdoor units are designed specifically to stand up to the elements and still operate at peak performance. Specifications like, size, capacity and features differ from unit to unit and this enables you to find a beverage refrigerator that meets the exact needs of both your family and your space.
The Danby Designer Energy Star 4.4 Cu. Ft. Compact Refrigerator/Freezer, in black with a spotless steel door, offers compact refrigeration with a full-width freezer section. Perfect for dorm rooms and small offices, this energy efficient unit includes the CanStor beverage dispenser, tall bottle storage and plenty of shelf space. With a reversible door hinge, an integrated door handle and a smooth-back design, this handy refrigerator/freezer will fit almost anywhere.
This stainless steel refrigerator is perfect for keeping your beverages cold and your food fresh at all times. The Cal Flame stainless steel door refrigerator is a commercial grade style refrigerator that is big on space and looks. There is ample space to store plenty of foods and beverages in its supplied, deep drawers. Chill your food, drinks, and desserts all in this stainless steel and black refrigerator. Reversible doors.
To camouflage your bar refrigerator, try using a butcher block slab as a makeshift counter and attach a magnetic caddy for silverware storage. For a secret stash, tuck your refrigerator into a repurposed dresser. Want more personality? Add a pattern with washi tape for custom dorm decor, or check out nostalgic designs from trusted brands like IGLOO. If you prefer a simple look, browse classic black or stainless steel styles. 
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