Summit SBC4907
24" Freestanding Beer Dispenser with Automatic Defrost, Covertible to Refrigerator, Adjustable Shelves, Single Tap System Kit Included and Commercially Approved: Integrated Handle


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Additional Options

Exterior Options


Two-Piece Stainless Steel Drip Tray

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+ $58.00 

Locking Options


Top-Mount Door Latch for Boat or Mobile Use

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+ $96.00 

Temperature and Monitoring Device Options


Factory-Installed USB Temperature Logger

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+ $322.00 
SUMMIT's SBC4907 sets the standard for commercially approved portable beer dispensers, with outstanding construction and classic style.

The SBC4907 can accommodate half, quarter, and mini-kegs. We include a 5 pound CO2 tank and tap system complete with all the accessories you need for the perfect pour. An adjustable thermostat lets you store beer at your preferred serving temperature while automatic defrost reduces the work involved in maintenance.

Convert the SBC4907 into an all-refrigerator in just a few simple steps for added versatility and convenience. Adjustable shelves let you organize the interior to accommodate different sized items.

This unit has a jet black cabinet and door. A silver top rail adds a touch of elegance while also preventing glasses and mugs from spilling over. Sturdy casters are included to make the unit portable for added convenience.

With solid construction and refined design, SUMMIT's beer dispensers bring the best to every glass. For a built-in version of this unit, see the SBC4907BI.
Energy Info
This refrigerator uses 418 kWh/yr and has an estimated yearly operating cost of $46.36.

Your operating costs will depend on your utility rates and use. The estimated operating costs is based on a 2011 national average electricity cost of $0.1109 cents per kWh. For more information, visit
Dimensions & Weight
Width: 23 63/100"
Depth: 24 63/100"
Exterior Depth with Handle: 24 63/100"
Depth with Door at 90°: 47"
Height: 51 19/50"
Interior Width: 21 1/4"
Interior Depth: 18 3/4"
Interior Height: 29"
Shipping Weight: 152 lbs.
Capacity: 6.4 cu. ft.
Reversible: No
Door Swing: Right Hinge Door
Shelf Quantity: 2
Shelf Type: Wire
Wheel Quantity: 4
Defrost Type: Automatic
Thermostat Type: Dial
Canadian Electrical Safety: ULC
Energy Usage/Year: 418 kWh/Year
Amps: 1.7
Voltage/Frequency: 115 V AC/60 Hz
US Electrical Safety: UL
High Side PSI: 280
Low Side PSI: 88
Freon Type: R134a
Freon Oz: 2.1
Sanitation: ETL-S
Compressor Warranty: 5 Years
Parts/Labor Warranty: 1 Year
  • Fully finished black cabinet
  • Allows the beer dispenser to be used freestanding
  • Commercially approved
  • ETL-S Approved to ANSI-NSF Standard 18
  • Full-sized
  • Large interior accepts half, quarter, and mini (pony) kegs
  • KIT 490 included
  • Includes a 5 lb. CO2 tank and regulator, draft arm, Sankey American tap, connection hardware, and cleaning kit
  • Convertible to a refrigerator
  • Transform the beer cooler into a standard refrigerator with adjustable shelves
  • Automatic defrost
  • Simplify appliance care by letting the unit defrost itself
  • Adjustable thermostat
  • Manage the interior temperature with ease and accuracy
  • Casters included (ship unassembled)
  • To make the beer dispenser portable, install this sturdy set of casters to the base of the unit
  • Top guard rail (ships unassembled)
  • Install this silver rail on top to reduce spills and neaten service
  • 100% CFC free
  • Environmentally friendly design without ozone-damaging chemicals
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Product Reviews
Rated 1 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Summit SBC490 – Same as Haier HBF05EBSS but more m Summit SBC490 – Same as Haier HBF05EBSS but more money I decided to replace the Haier HBF05EBSS a beer dispenser that was included in a recent home purchase. Unfortunately, in my haste to defrost the “self- defrosting” unit that was caked with ice, I rupture the coolant line. I decided to not fix the unit and instead upgrade to a better quality unit. After a fair amount of research, it appeared as though the Summit brand was an improvement in quality over the Haier. I elected to go with the SBC490 which was a full size unit with the self-defrosting option, costing almost $300 more than a new Haier. To say that I was totally disappointed with the Summit would be an understatement. The product arrived in a pristine box with no dents or dings. However, upon opening, the trim to the countertop was grossly damaged and was obviously known to whoever packaged the unit. I was able to do a make-shift repair to the trim and was satisfied that the damaged area would not be seen as it was going under a bar. Upon investigating the unit more thoroughly to check for any other damage or missing parts, I realized that my new Summit SBC490 was the EXACT same unit as the Haier HBF05EBSS with only a different name badge. I was so annoyed that I just paid $300 more for the same product I was replacing, but did not want to wait yet another 2 weeks to purchase a replacement. I also realized that in addition to the damaged trim, a leg was missing as well as the bracket that holds the CO2 tank. As I still owned the exact same unit, I was able to salvage the leg, but elected to order the CO2 bracket. When I went to install the CO2 bracket, the pre-drilled holes were not even threaded to accommodate the screws that were included with the unit. Another disturbing item was the customer service I received from Summit. I realized that my previous Haier had a left side door swing which was needed in the confined space where the unit was to be placed. The Summit came with a right side door swing which would not work for me as I would never be able to open the door wide enough to get a keg in. I contacted Summit to see how to change the door swing as it appeared the changeover could be done. I was told by a Summit customer service representative, who seemed annoyed at the mere question, that the door could not be changed, period. When I tried to explain that their unit was the same as the Haier unit, having an adjustable door swing and tried to ask further questions, the Summit representative became even more annoyed and was anxious to get off the phone to do other more important customer service “stuff”. I ultimately figured out how to change the door swing, by using the Haier unit as an example. This is something Summit should provide. I just had to defrost the ice buildup this weekend after only a month of being in operation. Moral of the story…. Don’t buy a Summit SBC490 as you are merely getting a lessor quality Haier. 12/30/13
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Quick Specs


  • Type : Freestanding
  • Door Color : Black
  • Cabinet Color : Black
  • Hinge Side : Right
  • Field Reversible Door : No
  • Accepts Custom Panels : No


  • Width : 23 63/100 Inch
  • Depth : 24 63/100 Inch
  • Height : 51 19/50 Inch
  • Accepted Keg Sizes : Half

Technical Details

  • Approved for Outdoor Use : No
  • Accepts Sanke Tap : Yes
  • Amps : 15
  • Voltage : 115 Volts
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