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Old 04-17-2006, 12:03 AM   #1
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Default converting refrigerator: Door taps

I've got a good sized used refrigerator that I fit 2 corny kegs and co2 in, and it has a shelf above and door shelving for other stuff. Instead of adding a separate kegerator, I've decided I want to buy a couple door taps and the right connectors. That will be a cheap way to do it and will make it easier to pour without worrying about thumbtaps getting tangled or falling all over the place.

Any thoughts on who has the best deal on the taps and the connectors/hose?

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Old 04-17-2006, 12:05 AM   #2
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I'd check beverage factory. I bought my kegging stuff from them and it was the best prices.

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Second vote for beveragefactory. I converted a full size kegerator using their equipment. Works great and it wasn't very hard. PM me if you've got any questions or run into any problems.

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Thanks guys! I'll call them and ask which parts I need.

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If you want Perlicks I would get them at Superior Products, they have them for $27. If you get the standard faucets you will begin to hate them when you have to arm wrestle them for a beer....

http://www.superprod.com/webapp/wcs/...&storeId=10001

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