Beer and wine: Together at last in dual-zone fridge

The Perlick 24-inch Signature Series Dual-Zone Refrigerator/Wine Reserve can store more than just wine. The indoor/outdoor fridge features a cold zone that can be used for food or beer storage.

Perlick 24-inch Signature Series Dual-Zone Refrigerator/Wine Reserve.
The Perlick 24-inch Signature Series Dual-Zone Refrigerator/Wine Reserve has fun ready for beer drinkers and wine lovers alike. Perlick

Wine fridges have all the fun. They get to store wine, at a precisely controlled temperature, ready for consumption at a moment's notice. Better yet, they get to do all this while offering imbibers the freedom of choice of what wine they want at what temperature. But this doesn't mean a case of beer has to be left out in the warmth.

Wine fridges come in all shapes and sizes, yet all are designed to store wine at an ideal temperature depending on the wine. Many differentiate between red and white wines by offering dual temperature zones. The Perlick 24-inch Signature Series Dual-Zone Refrigerator/Wine Reserve does exactly this, but here the colder zone really knows how to chill; the refrigerator zone chills down to a temperature range of 30 degrees to 42 degrees Fahrenheit, while the wine storage zone operates between 40 degrees and 68 degrees Fahrenheit.

Capable of appealing to beer drinkers and wine lovers alike, the wine fridge doesn't play favorites. Featuring the ability for each independently controlled zone to be set at a range of temperatures, the fridge (it wouldn't be entirely correct to call it just a wine fridge anymore), can store wine, beer and food, all ready for immediate consumption. Perhaps best of all, the fridge can be installed either indoors or outside, meaning no matter where the party is, the fun is guaranteed to be nearby.

Via Appliancist

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