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Avanti CB350S Party Pub Beer Dispenser

Michael Larabel

Published on 27 April 2014
Written by Michael Larabel
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The Avanti CB350S is a very nice accessory for a home or small office when working long hours, but the engineering quality of the interesting product is questionable... Many Phoronix readers will likely love the Avanti CB350S once the issues are worked out.

A Phoronix reader gracious for the Linux hardware and driver content supplied on Phoronix.com on a daily basis along with our open-source Phoronix Test Suite open-source benchmarking software arranged for one of the best gifts ever, the Avanti CB350S. The CB350S is more easily called the "Party Pub Beer Dispenser", which comes down to a small refrigerator designed to accommodate two five liter barrels (mini kegs) of beers, can be cooled down to 38F / 3C, and has a CO2 system for keeping the tapped beer fresh for days to come.

The Avanti Beer Keg Dispenser has a draught style handle and tap, digital temperature control and display, a small storage area for chilling glasses, CO2 regulator and pressure gauge, and measures in at 20 x 17 x 22 inches. There's also a glass window to show off one of the five liter beer kegs, plus a basic LED lighting system that can be enabled to see inside, but the effectiveness of the LED lighting system is rather limited.

Included with the Avanti Portable Party Pub is everything you need to get setup, including adapters for handling 16gram and 9oz CO2 cartridges. With an included adapter, the Avanti CB350S is designed to handle the Heineken pre-charged 5L kegs too.

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