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Review: Bar Fridge

September 23rd, 2004
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The Sandown 500 and Bathurst 1000 races are right around the corner (pardon the pun) not to mention the 2009 AFL Grand Final, so who can be bothered being interrupted and going to the local service station to buy ice every few hours to keep the drinks cold?

Review: Bar Fridge

Not us at PressPortal, we love our Motor Racing and won’t let anything interrupt it; so we went shopping and found the perfect solution – a bar fridge. It’s not any kind of bar fridge; it’s a Husky – a premium 3 door under the counter fridge with a stainless steel finish and glass front, a real highlight of the office now. It looks just like the fridges your pubs and clubs use, only better. The Husky range of fridges comes in a variety of sizes and varieties; one, two and three doors. You can also select the finish of the material either in stainless steel or a matt black finish.

Did you know the perfect temperature for serving beer is 8°C?

Review: Bar Fridge

The PressPortal fridge has three shelves and can keep chilled up to 8 slabs of beer. The digital thermostat controls the fridge temperature and also comes with the handy feature of a light switch to turn the light bulb off when not in use.

Review: Bar Fridge

We like big, and as you can see we chose the largest fridge being the 3 door model, times 2. But if this doesn’t fit your requirements the blokes at www.Bar-Fridges-Australia.com.au have a variety of fridges available. Bar-Fridges-Australia has been established since 1996 and operates via its online store. They can deliver to your door or alternatively customers can pick-up from Ballarat, a pleasant sixty minute drive from Melbourne.

Drop them a line and let them know PressPortal said they’ll take care of you.


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