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Old 07-13-2013, 08:33 PM   #1
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Default Through the wall 3 tap hidden keezer build -Done

I just built a through the wall keezer setup. I have a bar in the room already. I built the bar to hold two refrigerators, one for wine and one for soda and bottled beer. I also built a wine rack into it. The top is brushed stainless that I had bent locally.

This site has been beyond helpful to me in learning how to build a keezer. I did not find any examples of people putting it behind a wall and not seeing it. The closest I saw was someone who cut a whole in the wall and pushed the freezer up to it from the back.

I needed to make sure the lines stayed cold and I wanted the taps to be at a nice height on the wall. This ruled out having long shanks that just went into the collar because I would have needed to life the keezer up, that would really make lifting kegs in difficult.

I am using all Stainless steel as well as Perlick 525ss faucets.

The solution was to build a box that would house the shanks. I took the idea from coffin keezers and just made it externally.

Everything works perfectly and the system is nicely balanced. Here are the pictures.










































I finished the underside of the drip tray so the drain tube was hidden. Here is the result.

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Old 07-13-2013, 08:55 PM   #2
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Dude...awesome, awesome work. When I own my own house, I'm going to look at those pictures for inspiration.

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Very well done! The PVC pipe for the beer lines and the insulated tap box are sweet.

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So stealing. Have the perfect place for this.

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Great build!

As much fun as it is to follow a build through the creative process, this finished project up front is a great example that you dont always need 50 strangers' advice to be successful.

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Outstanding!! A++

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Well done! Everything looks amazing!

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Thats awesome. Looks easy enough that even a dope like me could do it!

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I was looking at these photos again. In this photo there is a little white object laying in the tap box. That appears to be a wireless weather station transmitter. I can't believe I did not think of that. We have three of those and the receiver in our bedroom projects alternating time and temp in a nice "non-offensive" red color onto the ceiling. You could place the receiver anywhere inside your home so you can keep an eye on your temp. I think I'm going to do that for my fermentation cabinet in the garage and/or my keezer in the basement
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I was looking at these photos again. In this photo there is a little white object laying in the tap box. That appears to be a wireless weather station transmitter. I can't believe I did not think of that. We have three of those and the receiver in our bedroom projects alternating time and temp in a nice "non-offensive" red color onto the ceiling. You could place the receiver anywhere inside your home so you can keep an eye on your temp. I think I'm going to do that for my fermentation cabinet in the garage and/or my keezer in the basement
I love having the wireless thermometer in there. It is very helpful.

I am making one change to that box. The back is currently wood, but the humidity is making it warp. I cut the tolerances really tight so that's becoming a pain. I'm going to get a piece of either 1/2" or 3/4" acrylic. Should insulate better than wood, and also be awesome looking.
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