This fridge shares something with me: the love for beer!
What you to see here is the Asko HomePub Fridge. The name itself says a lot about it – Home Pub. Easy and suggesting one sweet thing to someone thirsty like me: cold, frothy pints.
I like this fridge. I really like it. I’d go as far as to suggest it as a second fridge in the house, with a better location, i.e. the living room.
Why? Well, look to the left: beer! This is the beer lover’s appliance. Besides an oh-so-precious beer tap, it’s got some interesting drink-storage facilities. Still, there’s some space left for food. It’s just not that much, it’s just good enough for living room snacks.
Want to see it? Click on! You’ll also get the specifications as a bonus.
- 301 litres net volume (218 litre fridge, 83 litre freezer)
- Freezing capacity 5 kg/24 hours
- Energy class A+
- Energy consumption 0.70 kWh/24 h
- Cooling gas Isobutane R600
- Noise level 38 dB(A)
- Manual control of temperature, ECO and freezing function
- ECO function for optimum temperature in fridge and freezer zone, with minimum energy consumption
- Anti Bacteria system prevents bacteria formation
- Auto defrosting
- Glass shelves throughout fridge
- Transparent drawer fronts
- Solid cast transparent freezer drawers
- Adjustable feet at front
- Wheels at back
- Left or right-hung doors
- Special shelf for 5-litre beer keg
- Special box for beer keg/CO2 cartridge and tap system in door
- Drip-tray with grooves in door – easy to clean
- 2 crisper drawers
- Storage box in fridge door
- HxWxD: 185 x 59.5 x 60 cm
One suggestion that I’d make would be a transparent area in the door, so you can admire or showcase the wine rack area. It’s a common feature of side-by-side fridges that incorporate wine racks, but those aren’t fit for the living room.
For more visual goodness, and a more detailed specifications base, visit the product page. Found via Appliancist.