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BierMuncher 01-29-2008 09:07 PM

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The problem with a tower is that once your lid is openned....keezer is out of commission.

Trying to clean liquid lines, test pressures, etc, is a pain if you top is popped open and you can't get to the taps.

Going with a collar is cheaper and gives you more flexibility...more taps, and a handy place to drill holes for your gas line (Which I recommend you keep outside the freezer.)

Plus, if you have a tower, you're going to need a lot of clearance behind the unit to swing the top open. Plus, do you know what happens when you open a freezer top that has a full drip tray installed?

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BierMuncher 01-29-2008 09:07 PM

4 Attachment(s)

The problem with a tower is that once your lid is openned....keezer is out of commission.

Trying to clean liquid lines, test pressures, etc, is a pain if you top is popped open and you can't get to the taps.

Going with a collar is cheaper and gives you more flexibility...more taps, and a handy place to drill holes for your gas line (Which I recommend you keep outside the freezer.)

Plus, if you have a tower, you're going to need a lot of clearance behind the unit to swing the top open. Plus, do you know what happens when you open a freezer top that has a full drip tray installed?

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BierMuncher 01-29-2008 09:07 PM

4 Attachment(s)

The problem with a tower is that once your lid is openned....keezer is out of commission.

Trying to clean liquid lines, test pressures, etc, is a pain if you top is popped open and you can't get to the taps.

Going with a collar is cheaper and gives you more flexibility...more taps, and a handy place to drill holes for your gas line (Which I recommend you keep outside the freezer.)

Plus, if you have a tower, you're going to need a lot of clearance behind the unit to swing the top open. Plus, do you know what happens when you open a freezer top that has a full drip tray installed?

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BierMuncher 01-29-2008 09:07 PM

4 Attachment(s)

The problem with a tower is that once your lid is openned....keezer is out of commission.

Trying to clean liquid lines, test pressures, etc, is a pain if you top is popped open and you can't get to the taps.

Going with a collar is cheaper and gives you more flexibility...more taps, and a handy place to drill holes for your gas line (Which I recommend you keep outside the freezer.)

Plus, if you have a tower, you're going to need a lot of clearance behind the unit to swing the top open. Plus, do you know what happens when you open a freezer top that has a full drip tray installed?

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