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Brewcrew02 11-08-2012 04:27 AM

7cu ft freezer sale starting tomorrow
 
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Cheap!


limulus 11-16-2012 06:56 PM

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OK beer freaks, some of you were bragging about getting a 5.0 cu ft freezer into your Prius. Well I have now confirmed that you can easily get two 7.0 cu ft freezers into a Tahoe. But, I only got 17 MPG on my 3.0 mile round trip to HD. Oh, one more thing...these freezers weigh nothing. I unloaded it by myself.


J-Pizzel 12-02-2012 05:28 PM

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Not quite finished, gonna put a nice 1x8 around the collar still. But we re operational!


J-Pizzel 12-02-2012 05:28 PM

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Not quite finished, gonna put a nice 1x8 around the collar still. But we re operational!


orion7144 12-04-2012 02:55 AM

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Well here is mine. First brew I made I was looking forward too but is not carbonated yet so I do not want to judge it


orion7144 12-05-2012 02:22 AM

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Here is a close up of the paint I used. I currently have a 5# bottle, corney (first brew not yet carbed), and a 1/4 barrel skinny in there. Nothing on the hump but an emergency 12 pack of sam adams. I should have gone with shorter shanks


limulus 12-07-2012 03:37 PM

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I finally unpacked one of these this morning (took the day off). I had never even checked my keg fit inside this thing. So, here is what I have:
2ea 5gal ball locks
2ea 2.5 gal ball locks
I was hoping those 2.5s would fit stacked as they are built to do but they are too tall. I was certain that both would not fit on the shelf and I was correct about that. I thought removing the handles from one would make them fit stacked on the floor. But the valves are just little too tall and I don't want a collar. I can sit one on the shelf and the other one halfway on the shelf with something under it for support and still get a third 5gal keg inside.

It is now running with my 16yr old Johnson Controls controller at 38F. I have an STC-1000 that will be built into the coffin box this weekend and I'll put the old JC back into a safe place in case I need it.

I was going to use one of these freezers in my garage for fermentation, but I think it may get too hot in there in summer. The manual says not to install in a garage or any place that can get above 85F.


limulus 12-07-2012 03:37 PM

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I finally unpacked one of these this morning (took the day off). I had never even checked my keg fit inside this thing. So, here is what I have:
2ea 5gal ball locks
2ea 2.5 gal ball locks
I was hoping those 2.5s would fit stacked as they are built to do but they are too tall. I was certain that both would not fit on the shelf and I was correct about that. I thought removing the handles from one would make them fit stacked on the floor. But the valves are just little too tall and I don't want a collar. I can sit one on the shelf and the other one halfway on the shelf with something under it for support and still get a third 5gal keg inside.

It is now running with my 16yr old Johnson Controls controller at 38F. I have an STC-1000 that will be built into the coffin box this weekend and I'll put the old JC back into a safe place in case I need it.

I was going to use one of these freezers in my garage for fermentation, but I think it may get too hot in there in summer. The manual says not to install in a garage or any place that can get above 85F.


limulus 12-07-2012 03:37 PM

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I finally unpacked one of these this morning (took the day off). I had never even checked my keg fit inside this thing. So, here is what I have:
2ea 5gal ball locks
2ea 2.5 gal ball locks
I was hoping those 2.5s would fit stacked as they are built to do but they are too tall. I was certain that both would not fit on the shelf and I was correct about that. I thought removing the handles from one would make them fit stacked on the floor. But the valves are just little too tall and I don't want a collar. I can sit one on the shelf and the other one halfway on the shelf with something under it for support and still get a third 5gal keg inside.

It is now running with my 16yr old Johnson Controls controller at 38F. I have an STC-1000 that will be built into the coffin box this weekend and I'll put the old JC back into a safe place in case I need it.

I was going to use one of these freezers in my garage for fermentation, but I think it may get too hot in there in summer. The manual says not to install in a garage or any place that can get above 85F.


limulus 12-07-2012 03:37 PM

5 Attachment(s)

I finally unpacked one of these this morning (took the day off). I had never even checked my keg fit inside this thing. So, here is what I have:
2ea 5gal ball locks
2ea 2.5 gal ball locks
I was hoping those 2.5s would fit stacked as they are built to do but they are too tall. I was certain that both would not fit on the shelf and I was correct about that. I thought removing the handles from one would make them fit stacked on the floor. But the valves are just little too tall and I don't want a collar. I can sit one on the shelf and the other one halfway on the shelf with something under it for support and still get a third 5gal keg inside.

It is now running with my 16yr old Johnson Controls controller at 38F. I have an STC-1000 that will be built into the coffin box this weekend and I'll put the old JC back into a safe place in case I need it.

I was going to use one of these freezers in my garage for fermentation, but I think it may get too hot in there in summer. The manual says not to install in a garage or any place that can get above 85F.



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