I have no idea how much this originally cost as it came from my husbands house (it's a very boy thing to have, I find, a beer fridge). You can pick them up for £50-100.
It has two shelves, each just high enough to hold a large can of beer, and enough room at the front for a row of bottles. It's surprisingly spacious back there - you can easily fit in over 24 cans, enough for a small party. You can, if preferred, take the shelf out to use it as a wine chiller.
It doesn't seem to get VERY cold in there - at least not compared with our main fridge - but enough to keep things cool-ish. Ours has recently had a new lease of life and been relocated upstairs to use for cooling baby bottles - a handy purpose which stops me having to troop down to the kitchen at 4AM. However, it doesn't exactly match the nursery decorations and I wish they did mini-fridges of this size without scrawling the beer logo across them. (I know, I know, I'm missing the point - but chillers this size aren't just useful for beer!)
My only other complaint is the noise. We originally planned for this to come in the bedroom with us for milk, but I had not anticipated just how loud this thing is. Every now and then it emits a really loud and distracting hum. Not so bad in a noisy party, but really noticable in a quiet room.
Keep your drinks cold while freeing up more room in your fridge for food - enjoy ice cold Budweiser whenever you like. This funky efficient Husky Budweiser Beer Chiller is just what you need to keep your drinks at optimum temperature. It chills up to 40 c