We realize it’s difficult to justify such a purchase. You could try telling the wife you want to buy something for the house, change up the style a bit. Details are not important.
But in all seriousness, this refrigerator could add a retro touch to your kitchen, as it was designed to imitate the 1950’s style of fridge. Nevertheless, despite its classic look, its functions are all modern and the fun part about it is that it comes with an installed draft system, so you can pour your beer right from the tap. Cool, huh (pun intended!)? Also, it could certainly be a conversation starter at a party.
The fridge comes in three different versions – 1950, 1951 and 1952 – each with its own combination of trays and bins and way of moving them around. Everything is pre-installed, including the draft system, tap dispenser, coupler, connections, CO2 cylinder, and drip tray and the keg can be removed in order to use the fridge at its maximum capacity.
And, lastly, you can choose between a red fridge and a black one, to better suit your kitchen. We’re a little more conservative, we actually prefer the black one, but to get a better sense of the 50’s, the red one would probably be more appropriate. Either way, you’d have to save up quite a while for it, as it will set you back somewhere from $3,000 to $5,300.