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BraxtonBrewery 04-16-2012 09:39 PM

New Keezer Build
 
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My old 5 tapper died that I got off cl. I had just got everything situated to how I liked it. Then she crapped out. So I decided to go a safer route. I got the Maytag 14.8 cu foot from homedepot. It'll hold 9 and a tank. My plan is to have the ability to serve 7 and carb or lager 2 more. I don't want to do the full cabinet since it is going to be in my garage.

I'm using wood filler to get everything smooth and that's the last picture attached. I have one more later to go. I think it's looking good.

Overall I like the coffin build. It's simple and good looking. Inexpensive and coming together like one piece.

My original plan was some chalk board paint because I have it left over but I'm fearing itll look like crap.

Any ideas on how to tie it in to the freezer to make it look good?

The last picture I'll include is my eBay steal. I got this guiness stout faucet and tap handle for $40. Looks great. A polish and clean Job and it will look like new. I'm going to put it in the middle.

Let me know any thoughts!


BraxtonBrewery 04-16-2012 09:39 PM

New Keezer Build
 
5 Attachment(s)

My old 5 tapper died that I got off cl. I had just got everything situated to how I liked it. Then she crapped out. So I decided to go a safer route. I got the Maytag 14.8 cu foot from homedepot. It'll hold 9 and a tank. My plan is to have the ability to serve 7 and carb or lager 2 more. I don't want to do the full cabinet since it is going to be in my garage.

I'm using wood filler to get everything smooth and that's the last picture attached. I have one more later to go. I think it's looking good.

Overall I like the coffin build. It's simple and good looking. Inexpensive and coming together like one piece.

My original plan was some chalk board paint because I have it left over but I'm fearing itll look like crap.

Any ideas on how to tie it in to the freezer to make it look good?

The last picture I'll include is my eBay steal. I got this guiness stout faucet and tap handle for $40. Looks great. A polish and clean Job and it will look like new. I'm going to put it in the middle.

Let me know any thoughts!


BraxtonBrewery 04-16-2012 09:39 PM

New Keezer Build
 
5 Attachment(s)

My old 5 tapper died that I got off cl. I had just got everything situated to how I liked it. Then she crapped out. So I decided to go a safer route. I got the Maytag 14.8 cu foot from homedepot. It'll hold 9 and a tank. My plan is to have the ability to serve 7 and carb or lager 2 more. I don't want to do the full cabinet since it is going to be in my garage.

I'm using wood filler to get everything smooth and that's the last picture attached. I have one more later to go. I think it's looking good.

Overall I like the coffin build. It's simple and good looking. Inexpensive and coming together like one piece.

My original plan was some chalk board paint because I have it left over but I'm fearing itll look like crap.

Any ideas on how to tie it in to the freezer to make it look good?

The last picture I'll include is my eBay steal. I got this guiness stout faucet and tap handle for $40. Looks great. A polish and clean Job and it will look like new. I'm going to put it in the middle.

Let me know any thoughts!


BraxtonBrewery 04-16-2012 09:39 PM

New Keezer Build
 
5 Attachment(s)

My old 5 tapper died that I got off cl. I had just got everything situated to how I liked it. Then she crapped out. So I decided to go a safer route. I got the Maytag 14.8 cu foot from homedepot. It'll hold 9 and a tank. My plan is to have the ability to serve 7 and carb or lager 2 more. I don't want to do the full cabinet since it is going to be in my garage.

I'm using wood filler to get everything smooth and that's the last picture attached. I have one more later to go. I think it's looking good.

Overall I like the coffin build. It's simple and good looking. Inexpensive and coming together like one piece.

My original plan was some chalk board paint because I have it left over but I'm fearing itll look like crap.

Any ideas on how to tie it in to the freezer to make it look good?

The last picture I'll include is my eBay steal. I got this guiness stout faucet and tap handle for $40. Looks great. A polish and clean Job and it will look like new. I'm going to put it in the middle.

Let me know any thoughts!


BraxtonBrewery 04-16-2012 09:39 PM

New Keezer Build
 
5 Attachment(s)

My old 5 tapper died that I got off cl. I had just got everything situated to how I liked it. Then she crapped out. So I decided to go a safer route. I got the Maytag 14.8 cu foot from homedepot. It'll hold 9 and a tank. My plan is to have the ability to serve 7 and carb or lager 2 more. I don't want to do the full cabinet since it is going to be in my garage.

I'm using wood filler to get everything smooth and that's the last picture attached. I have one more later to go. I think it's looking good.

Overall I like the coffin build. It's simple and good looking. Inexpensive and coming together like one piece.

My original plan was some chalk board paint because I have it left over but I'm fearing itll look like crap.

Any ideas on how to tie it in to the freezer to make it look good?

The last picture I'll include is my eBay steal. I got this guiness stout faucet and tap handle for $40. Looks great. A polish and clean Job and it will look like new. I'm going to put it in the middle.

Let me know any thoughts!


BraxtonBrewery 04-19-2012 03:23 AM

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Made some progress!

Got a second coat of wood filler on and sanded.

Cleaned. Got the primer on. 2 coats.

Waited all day and got 3 coats of chalk board paint on. The whole thing (except the back) is a chalk board. Also got some insulation put in.

The last picture is a mock up of what it'll look like when done. Got a little impatient.

On Friday I'll cut the holes, install the tower ad fans.


BraxtonBrewery 04-19-2012 03:23 AM

6 Attachment(s)

Made some progress!

Got a second coat of wood filler on and sanded.

Cleaned. Got the primer on. 2 coats.

Waited all day and got 3 coats of chalk board paint on. The whole thing (except the back) is a chalk board. Also got some insulation put in.

The last picture is a mock up of what it'll look like when done. Got a little impatient.

On Friday I'll cut the holes, install the tower ad fans.


BraxtonBrewery 04-19-2012 03:23 AM

6 Attachment(s)

Made some progress!

Got a second coat of wood filler on and sanded.

Cleaned. Got the primer on. 2 coats.

Waited all day and got 3 coats of chalk board paint on. The whole thing (except the back) is a chalk board. Also got some insulation put in.

The last picture is a mock up of what it'll look like when done. Got a little impatient.

On Friday I'll cut the holes, install the tower ad fans.


BraxtonBrewery 04-19-2012 03:23 AM

6 Attachment(s)

Made some progress!

Got a second coat of wood filler on and sanded.

Cleaned. Got the primer on. 2 coats.

Waited all day and got 3 coats of chalk board paint on. The whole thing (except the back) is a chalk board. Also got some insulation put in.

The last picture is a mock up of what it'll look like when done. Got a little impatient.

On Friday I'll cut the holes, install the tower ad fans.


BraxtonBrewery 04-19-2012 03:23 AM

6 Attachment(s)

Made some progress!

Got a second coat of wood filler on and sanded.

Cleaned. Got the primer on. 2 coats.

Waited all day and got 3 coats of chalk board paint on. The whole thing (except the back) is a chalk board. Also got some insulation put in.

The last picture is a mock up of what it'll look like when done. Got a little impatient.

On Friday I'll cut the holes, install the tower ad fans.



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