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Beer Tower CoolerSTOP WASTING BEER!!!!

Solve your BEER FOAM PROBLEM with our HIGH-FLOW Tower Cooler.

Our number one seller during the summer months!

Our HIGH-FLOW Tower Cooler has 3X the air flow of our standard Beer Tower Cooler

Our HIGH-FLOW beer kegerator tower cooler is designed to cool the beer tower on your home kegerator, a direct draw type draft beer system. With a direct draw system, the beer keg is stored in a refrigerator or cooler right below the beer tower.

The number one complaint about any direct draw home kegerator is your first 1/2 glass of beer is always foamy. The reason for this is simple - the beer faucet & shank inside your beer tower get warm between glasses and cause your foamy beer. And the solution is less than 5 minutes away - just install our Beer Tower Cooler! Our tower cooler works by continuously blowing a small volume of cold air into your beer tower and the cold air keeps your beer shanks and faucets ice cold. A side benefit is the continuous cold keeps faucet mold and bacteria growth inside your beer faucet at an absolute minimum.

It's easy to tell if you need a beer tower cooler. If your first glass of beer is always foamy but the next glass is less foamy or not foamy at all then you need a beer tower cooler. And here's why......

Warm air naturally rises and cold air naturally falls, this is also why the floor around your windows stays cold in the winter.

The same is true with your kegerator. Your beer tower is mounted on top of your kegerator. There is nothing inside your kegerator to push cold air up into your beer tower where your beer needs it. This means that between servings your beer tower shank and faucet always warm up to room temperature.

Then when you serve your first glass of beer the cold beer hits your warm beer shank and faucet and you end up with 1/2 glass of beer foam. Because your beer shank and faucet were cooled by your first glass of beer, the next glass and any additional glass poured right after the first glass of beer have less beer foam. You will continue to have less beer foam as long as you keep pouring glasses of beer fast enough to keep your beer shank and beer faucet cold.

Then when you stop serving for a while your beer shank and faucet warm back up to room temperature, starting the cycle all over again!!!

If this explains your kegerator problems then you need a Beer Tower Cooler!!!!

And even better, if this is your issue our beer tower cooler can pay for itself with less wasted beer in less than two full kegs!

How can we claim this cost savings?
In most places in the country a keg of beer costs about $100 and a keg contains 124 16-oz glasses of beer. That's about 80 cents a glass.
With a serious foaming problem you are easily pouring out 1/2 glass of beer or more per couple of glasses. Your situation might even be worse - you know your kegerator.
So, if you are pouring out 1/2 glass of beer plus the foam on top, plus the foam that's already spilled over every 2 pours. you are pouring out at least 8 ounces for every 32 ounces of beer you are drinking.
8 ounces + 32 ounces = 40 ounces and 8 ounces is 20% of 40 ounces.
In other words, you could easily be pouring 20% or $20 of every keg you are serving down the drain!
That's $40.00 per 2 kegs and our new HIGH-FLOW tower cooler is only $47.95! (plus shipping)

Our beer tower cooler features:

Works with any kegerator with a 3" or larger diameter beer tower - home built or store bought. Will also work with most 2.5" towers but you may need to wiggle the hose back and forth to insert it into your beer tower.

Built with a high speed 30 CFM blower motor, but only draws 1.6 Watts. 30 CFM is more than enough air to cool any beer tower ice cold!

Works with homebrew beer or draft beer.

Works with commercial or homebrew beer kegs.

Easy to install - just insert into your beer tower from inside your kegerator, zip-tie the hose to your beer line with the included zip-tie so it does not slip out, plug-in and you are ready to go.

Our very tiny but powerful 50 mm fan
hangs down inside your kegerator and blows just the right amount of cold air into your beer tower and onto your beer shanks. The warm air gets pushed down into your kegerator where it's cooled along with the rest of the air in your kegerator.

Includes three foot of 1" OD X 3/4" ID hose to push the cold air into the beer tower and on to your beer shank.

Completely pre-assembled - no assembly required.

Includes a energy star energy efficient power supply.

Power supply can be unplugged and run under the kegerator door gasket or through a hole you carefully drill through your kegerator wall.

Uses less power than a old style 15 watt night light.

Saves money through less wasted beer!!!!

Our beer tower cooler includes everything - no tools need unless you want to (carefully) drill a hole through the side or back of your kegerator for the power supply cord. We even include a Zip Tie to tie your tower cooler hose to your beer line!

Make sure you keep a coldtower with our super draft beer tower cooler!

About our competitor's airflow claims:

Air flow is about more than just fan rating, it's also about the hose diameter you are pushing air through.

Sure, they have a high CFM rated fan but it's like trying to blow a lot of air through a thin straw!

Our ¾” ID diameter hose plus high flow fan flows more air to your beer tower than the competition’s standard 3/8" diameter hose or their upgraded ½” diameter hose.

This is because our 3/4" ID hose has 50% more area (cross section) than their upgraded 1/2" hose and 100% more area than their standard 3/8" hose. And for a given air pressure our 3/4" ID hose will flow 50% to 100% more air than their tower cooler hose!

And since we released our HIGH-FLOW model, we have them beat with CFMs (air flow) and hose diameter!

Our HIGH-FLOW 30 CFM blower motor has 3X the airflow as our standard beer tower cooler and our larger 3/4" ID hose better supports that airflow.

Image is larger than actual for clarity but the size difference between ours and theirs is real!

Install is simple with no tools needed:

Unpack your beer tower cooler.

From inside your kegerator, push the open end of the cooler hose into your beer tower until it bumps into your beer shanks and stops.

Zip-tie the beer tower cooler air hose to your beer line with the included zip-tie so it does not fall out.

Locate the fan and so that it's not touching anything inside your kegerator - this way it will be silent and not make any noise.

Plug the power supply into a wall outlet or extension cord.

Run the thin power cable past the kegerator door gasket and plug into the Beer Tower Cooler.

For a cleaner looking install, you may want to run the power cord through a small hole you drill through the side or back of your kegerator. Be careful to avoid refrigerant lines if you decide to drill through the side or back of your kegerator.
If you aren't sure, don't drill!!!!

Note: Our beer tower cooler will not solve other issues with your kegerator like incorrect CO2 pressure, short beer line, warm keg or beer faucet cleanliness issues. There are free helpful hints on this website for solving those other issues. Your kegerator is a beer delivery system and this tower cooler, like any other, is designed to address one nagging problem. If you install our beer tower cooler or any other beer tower cooler, or you build & install your own and still have a foaming problem, then you have another issue not related to your beer tower getting warm. But once you solve that foaming issue, the problem this beer tower cooler was designed to solve - the issue where your beer tower and beer shank stay warm - will also be solved!

Rather build your own? We will show you how in our Instructables Article!

Our HIGH-FLOW Beer Tower Coolers are now ON SALE for $34.95 each with free shipping through PayPal.

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