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Old 01-03-2012, 03:05 AM   #1
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Default New Jester Clone Keezer

Here are some pictures of my new keezer. Thanks to Jester and to everyone else for the ideas. I have an Irish Stout that will be kegged in few days and then all five taps will be ready.

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Old 01-03-2012, 03:30 AM   #2
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Looks very nice! Congrats.
Can't wait til I can build one of these babies. Have a small 2 tap keezer and 5 kegs sitting empty.
Got a build thread on this? Really like the tile you used and the drip tray with the trim around it looks great. I'm jealous.
Thanks for the pics!

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Nice work! Glad I could help

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Thanks stp.
I did not take any pictures when I built it. I actually built the entire unit over one weekend. I had dismantled the top and drew the plans during the week, but the build went pretty fast. I was going to put the co2 and nitrogen tanks outside of the freezer but I have plenty of room inside; it is a 14 cubic foot unit. I have 9 inches of cabinet space on each side of the freezer.

The tile was some left over glass tile from Lowes. I used it because it as much lighter than anything else I could find. With 1/2 in plywood inside the top and 3/4 in on top the lid is pretty heavy.

The skin is tongue and groove from Lowe's and I just attached them to the base and collar with 2x4's. This gives plenty of air flow around the freezer.

The base is simply a piece of 3/4 in plywood and I placed the casters under the feet of the freezer.

Thanks again for the compliment.

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Thanks Jester!

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Very nice build....congrats!

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Thanks Hoppopotomus!

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I just put the last two kegs into the keezer. I also hooked up the nitrogen system. The pour was great. Good cascade for the first pour.

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Just a few more pictures. Two Hearted Clone is now the stock IPA!

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Just a few more pictures. Two Hearted Clone is now the stock IPA!

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