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    Drinks Coolers

    A drinks fridge is made to store drinks and beverages like beers and sodas at perfectly chilled temperatures - even on hot summer days. With several shelves for easy access, these products reach temperatures lower than regular fridges. Used in bars, restaurants, home bars and kitchens - we recommend Mquvee and Liebherr products for all your beverage chilling needs.

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    About Drinks Chiller Products

    They come in a variety of sizes, shapes and styles so you can find the perfect one to fit your needs and budget. All our drinks storage products come with stylish glass doors. 

    Key Features

    Temperature Zones

    A drinks fridge is typically set to a temperature between 1°C and 4°C, but can range from as low as 0°C to as high as 6°C.

    This temperature range is designed to keep drinks cold and refreshing. At the low end of the range, a temperature of 0°C or 1°C will keep drinks chilled, but importantly it won't freeze them. This is the ideal range for storing beers, ciders, lagers, and other carbonated drinks like Coke. 

    At the higher end of the range, a temperature of 4°C to 6°C is ideal for storing white wines and spirits.

    This temperature range will provide a cool environment for the drinks without freezing them.

    To maintain the ideal temperature range, a drinks cooler should be kept clean and well-ventilated (especially if it's a freestanding model), and the door should be kept closed as much as possible (to keep the temperature stable). The temperature should also be monitored regularly to ensure it remains within the ideal range.

    Installation Advice

    Installing a product like this in a home or commercial space is a relatively easy task.

    Refer to the instructions manual provided and make sure all the required parts are present. If your product is a freestanding model, you can simply place it in the desired location. It is important to check if there is a power outlet nearby, as this may be necessary for the fridge to work.

    For built in or integrated products you will need to ensure theres is an appropriate cavity for the fridge - this can be done by either cutting or remodelling an existing space in the cabinets or kitchen.

    Once the space is ready, you can insert the drinks cooler fridge in the space and secure it (with screws if needed). You can then connect power to the fridge by plugging it in and switching it on at the mains. 

    Get In Touch With Our UK Experts

    Here at EWS, our priority is your satisfaction, we focus on excellent customer care (see our 5-star reviews) and best-in-class drinks and beverage units. Our practical, drinks fridges come with a minimum of 2 years manufacturer warranty and free 2-person delivery is standard. 

    If you have any questions get in touch with us today via our live chat button in the bottom right corner of the screen, email or call us on 0330 133 2327 - one of our knowledgeable, experts from the UK-based team will be delighted to help you immediately.

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    What Temperature Do They Chill To?



    Our range of drinks fridges can be set to temperatures from 0-6°C, perfect for any drink on a warm summers day.

    Does The Unit Need Ventilation?



    Here are the general ventilation requirements for different types of drinks fridges. Please remember to closely check the specification of the drink fridge you're interested in before purchasing to make sure there's enough ventilation for where you plan on placing the unit. A freestanding model needs 5-10cm space around the sides and back, 30-40cm space over the top. Also, avoid boxing it in or placing it under a counter. For built-in models, they only need 1-2cm space at the back for the power cable while the front air vents must not be covered.

    Can I Install a Product In a Cabinet?



    Built in drinks fridges are suitable for installing into a cabinet or cupboard but freestanding wine coolers are not suitable for being installed into a cabinet. This is because freestanding models are designed to have ventilation around all sides whereas built in models ventilate in other ways.

    philip thompson Author: Philip Thompson
    Philip is the General Manager at Expert Wine Storage, and is very knowledgable about all things relating to wine and wine storage, including wine fridges. He is regularly featured in media outlets sharing his knowledge on wine. Connect on Linkedin