When opening a brewery refrigeration power is important to consider, and upsizing your glycol is one of the cheapest and most efficient ways to cool or refrigerate whole areas in addition to all they do for your fermenters and brite tanks. So far we only have a dinky little 1/2 Hp Glycol chiller, but we were still able to reliably chill a 9x9x9 room down to beer serving temperatures with the us of a fan unit from Kreyer. Check out our unit and other kreyer products at the morebeer link below.

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15 thoughts on “How to Cold Room or Walk-In Kegerator with Glycol – Kreyer Fan Units

  1. K P says:

    Electric defrost is typically used in freezers. If the box temp is above freezing, try using the controller to close the glycol valve and running the fans continuously for an “Off Time” defrost. More efficient and smaller temp swings. Just a tip from a refrigeration tech. Love the videos guys!!!

  2. Tan G says:

    Hello gents, how do you separate the lines going to your FV and the cooler? Just branch off from the main line? and how does temp control work for each of the FV along with the walk in cooler and keeping them temps separated?

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