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Back Bar Coolers

A bartender is only as good as the tools they're equipped with. Back bar coolers provide immeasurable support keeping booze, mixers, garnishes and drinkware nicely chilled. They are undercounter refrigerators, meaning back bar refrigerators are conveniently located within arm's reach, while not taking up too much floor space, as they can be pushed under countertops

Like other bar refrigerators, back bar coolers come in various shapes, sizes, and configurations to make your bar service as convenient as possible. Back bar coolers with glass doors are very popular in bars, especially if beverages are going to be in plain site for the customers to view while ordering. Swing door back bar coolers are great, if the room behind your counter permits it, don't worry, our selection of sliding door back bar coolers will alleviate those issues.

Most units do not support a bottle opener or bottle cap catcher, so be sure to add them to your cart.

Frequently Asked Questions About Back Bar Coolers

1. Should I choose a glass door back bar cooler or solid door back bar cooler?

Back bar coolers with glass doors allow you and the customer to see what is available and where it is, this allows you to easily find what you are looking for even before opening the doors. Solid doors can be ideal when you have garnishes or open products such as juices or garnishes that do not need to be seen by the customer.

2. Can I place my back bar cooler against the wall?

That depends, if you have a back bar cooler with front ventilation then the answer is 'yes'. Front ventilation allows for placement against walls or other units for space saving. If your unit has rear ventilation then you are required to have at least 6" of space between the wall and the unit for proper ventilation to take place.