How To Assemble Manual Instructions

DIY Kegerator Manual Instructions 👩‍🏭🍺

So, you’ve bought yourself a DIY kegerator. Good on ya! Now all you have to do is put this bad boy together and you’ll be pouring draft beer in no time! Follow the instructions below and watch the assembly video located on our website. If you plan on dissembling the kegerator at some point in the near future, DO NOT use the provided glue. Although this helps tremendously with integrity, it will make it harder to take apart. If this does not apply to you, skip below and get to building! If you have any questions, text or call Jamie at (510) 529-1133. Cheers ya legend!

Tools needed for assembly:

  • Electric drill (driver)
  • Hammer
  • Adjustable wrench

List of Hardware:

  • 1 x 4mm allen wrench
  • 1 x bottle of wood glue
  • 5 x 1 1/2” screws
  • 16 x screws for casters (wheels)
  • 4 x beer tower screws
  • Set of nails for back

List of Materials:

  • 1 x teak wood top (A)
  • 1 x beer drip tray (B)
  • 1 x beer tower with faucet (C)
  • 1 x mini fridge (D)
  • 1 x beer line with hex nut (E)
  • 1 x white beer line insulator (F)
  • 1 x American D coupler with two washers (G)
  • 1 x 5 lb. C02 tank (H)
  • 1 x C02 regulator (I)
  • 1 x paneled door (J)
  • 1 x cabinet back (K)
  • 1 x cabinet top (L)
  • 1 x cabinet bottom (M) 
  • 2 x cabinet sides (N)
  • 2 x teak top spacers (O)
  • 4 x casters (wheels) (P)


  1. Find a comfortable place to work and spread out materials.
  2. Take the tube of glue out and spread it on the cabinet bottom’s (M) sides before using the allen wrench to connect the sides.
  3. Take the cabinet bottom (M) and use the allen wrench to attach the cabinet bottom to one of the cabinet sides (N). Repeat the same with the other side. Attach the cabinet top (L) to the cabinet sides (N) using the allen wrench. Make sure you apply glue before tightening with the wrench. The cabinet should be glued and tightened at this point.
  4. Next attach the cabinet back (K) to the cabinet sides (N) and cabinet top (L) using the set of nails and hammer.
  5. Flip the cabinet over and screw in casters (P) into the pre-drilled holes using the 16 provided screws.
  6. Take the teak wood top (A) and place it on top of the cabinet. Align the back of the top with the back of the cabinet. Place the teak top spacers (O) underneath the hanging lip of the teak top on the same side so that they align vertically with the top. This will center the top so that you can screw in the teak top to the cabinet top using the 1 1/2” screws.
  7. Screw in the 5 provided 2” screws upwards through the cabinet top into the teak top.
  8. Take the paneled door (J) and attach the hinges to the hinge plates. They should snap on with a little force.
  9. Flip the cabinet back upright and slide the mini fridge (D) into the cabinet. 
  10. Slide the white beer line insulator through the hole in the teak top so that it connects the mini fridge to the top.
  11. Take the beer tower (C) and slide the beer line through the beer insulator (F) and into the mini fridge. Next, screw in the 4 beer tower screws through the holes on the beer tower into the teak top.
  12. Place the C02 tank (H) into the mini fridge and connect the C02 line to the American D coupler (G) onto the side hole by using your adjustable wrench to screw on the hex nut. Make sure you place a washer in between the hex nut and the coupler.
  13. Use the adjustable wrench to screw on the hex nut on the beer line to the American D coupler onto the top hole.
  14. Place the beer drip tray (B) under the faucet. 
  15. Grab a keg of cold beer and screw in the American D coupler into the keg top. 
  16. Turn on the C02 tank to 10 psi and switch the lever downwards. 
  17. Pour yourself a fresh pint, you deserve it!! Cheers! 🍻