With the Super Bowl right around the corner, tailgate parties and friends come to mind. If you’re a homebrew aficionado, great pride comes from pulling pints for the gang and discussing the finer aspects of the game and the beer. Or maybe you are just venturing into the home brewing business, having received starter holiday gifts. Whether you are building a Kegerator or a Keezer, here are some tips to help you keep your beer cold and your home brewing area dry. Due to the difference in temperature inside and outside the unit, both Kegerators, made from small refrigerators, and Keezers, made from freezers, can often have problems with condensation and humidity. The condensation is usually created internally and if left alone, it will eventually puddle in the bottom and create mold and mildew. Not a good look or smell for your beer! Making sure seals are tight often can help with this problem, but if you still have dripping even after checking the seals, an Eva-Dry dehumidifier is the answer. The Eva-Dry 150, Eva-Dry E-333, Eva-Dry E-500, and the EDV-365 are small portable dehumidifiers that can help solve this problem. These models are wireless, require no batteries, and use silica gel bead technology for moisture absorption, making them safe to use around pets and people. A gauge on the front of the unit tells you when the unit is full. Plus, these systems are reusable for up to ten years.
Eva-Dry dehumidifiers are a great investment for the home brewer, making your life and your hobby so much less messy. And who wouldn’t want to drink to that’