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beaksnbeer 01-17-2013 09:28 PM

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If your not in a hurry I did mine for under a grand

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beaksnbeer 01-17-2013 09:28 PM

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If your not in a hurry I did mine for under a grand

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ClemsonDV 01-17-2013 10:31 PM

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I actually just finished my 2 tap keezer. You can probably do it for under $500 depending on how you want it to look and what you have. I did it all myself and was a NOOB at it, but it turned out nice. You can get a CL freezer for under $100 and the inside equipment for $250 (depending on your choices and CO2 size (got mine CL too)). Then its adding a collar, insulating, and installing a temperature controller. Easily done under $500. I ended up making a fermentor with another freezer and matched it to the keezer.


beaksnbeer 02-06-2013 09:02 PM

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Or this

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beaksnbeer 02-06-2013 10:20 PM

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This one has 5/16 OD x 3/16 ID x 1/4 mfl no more clamps you push it in til it stops to remove you push the grey ring to the body and pull (John Guest) push-lock fittings

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beaksnbeer 02-06-2013 10:20 PM

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This one has 5/16 OD x 3/16 ID x 1/4 mfl no more clamps you push it in til it stops to remove you push the grey ring to the body and pull (John Guest) push-lock fittings

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beaksnbeer 02-06-2013 10:20 PM

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This one has 5/16 OD x 3/16 ID x 1/4 mfl no more clamps you push it in til it stops to remove you push the grey ring to the body and pull (John Guest) push-lock fittings

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beaksnbeer 02-06-2013 10:26 PM

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They come this way as well

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HopVol 03-06-2013 03:34 PM

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I think it really depends on what you already have kegs, faucets, etc. I got the freezer for mine off craigslist for $90. The wood, stain, and appliance paint was maybe $50. Where it gets expensive is when your buying kegs, faucets, gas regulators, etc. Thats why I went with the keezer and started with just two faucets but I drilled eight holes and covered them with faucet hole covers.

If I might suggest one thing. Go as big as space and $$ will allow now and add to it later because you WILL want to add more taps. They are addictive!



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