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heyjaffy 07-18-2011 01:44 AM

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I upgraded the keezer this week. Using 1x10 that I ripped to about 8.5" to build the collar, I tiled it with the most reasonable looking tiles that were on clearance at home depot. I used some foam insulation panels, doubled up to insulate the collar. Now I can just barely shoehorn 4 5-gallon corny kegs into this small freezer, with the co2 cylinder outside.


heyjaffy 07-18-2011 01:44 AM

4 Attachment(s)

I upgraded the keezer this week. Using 1x10 that I ripped to about 8.5" to build the collar, I tiled it with the most reasonable looking tiles that were on clearance at home depot. I used some foam insulation panels, doubled up to insulate the collar. Now I can just barely shoehorn 4 5-gallon corny kegs into this small freezer, with the co2 cylinder outside.


heyjaffy 07-18-2011 01:44 AM

4 Attachment(s)

I upgraded the keezer this week. Using 1x10 that I ripped to about 8.5" to build the collar, I tiled it with the most reasonable looking tiles that were on clearance at home depot. I used some foam insulation panels, doubled up to insulate the collar. Now I can just barely shoehorn 4 5-gallon corny kegs into this small freezer, with the co2 cylinder outside.


heyjaffy 07-18-2011 01:44 AM

4 Attachment(s)

I upgraded the keezer this week. Using 1x10 that I ripped to about 8.5" to build the collar, I tiled it with the most reasonable looking tiles that were on clearance at home depot. I used some foam insulation panels, doubled up to insulate the collar. Now I can just barely shoehorn 4 5-gallon corny kegs into this small freezer, with the co2 cylinder outside.



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