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benbradford 01-16-2013 10:55 PM

Show us your Beer Cellar!
 
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I love the theads on here where everyone is showing kegerator, keezer, brew rig, wooden brew rig, etc.

I thought that a new thread showing our beer cellars would be cool!

Mine is just started, but I converted an old vintage fridge to be a cellar. I plan on some shelving but smoked glass is not in my budget yet...


benbradford 01-16-2013 10:55 PM

Show us your Beer Cellar!
 
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I love the theads on here where everyone is showing kegerator, keezer, brew rig, wooden brew rig, etc.

I thought that a new thread showing our beer cellars would be cool!

Mine is just started, but I converted an old vintage fridge to be a cellar. I plan on some shelving but smoked glass is not in my budget yet...


2ShortHairs 01-17-2013 04:02 AM

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Here's my small cellar full of home brew, it's built into the foundation of my house in the stairwell going down to the basement of my house. I framed the door jam and foamed it, now I just need to paint it, add a foam ceiling and a door.
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mathin 01-17-2013 04:37 AM

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Here's my beer closet. The shelves were there when I moved in to the house. They are just the right height for 22oz bombers and each shelf can hold a 5 gallon batch worth with room to spare. Right now I've got a batch of cider and a batch of Irish stout conditioning.



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mpride1911 01-17-2013 07:28 PM

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My garage is so cold right now that I'm holding off on actually buying and building a real keezer for now.


mpride1911 01-17-2013 07:28 PM

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My garage is so cold right now that I'm holding off on actually buying and building a real keezer for now.


DaxBrewery 01-18-2013 08:29 PM

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My beer cellar, bottle conditioning apple cider, oak brown ale and oktoberfest. Secondary is a brick warmer holiday ale and an American pale ale

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ScoobyKnows 01-18-2013 08:51 PM

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My beer cellar just flooded this past weekend. My sewer pipe backed up due to tree roots in my pipes. One of the worst days ever. ALL my beer equipment is kept down there and I also ferment down there. Everything was covered in you know what.

Anyways if anyone is up for a nut brown ale or fecal matter IPA...let me know.


ScoobyKnows 01-18-2013 08:51 PM

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My beer cellar just flooded this past weekend. My sewer pipe backed up due to tree roots in my pipes. One of the worst days ever. ALL my beer equipment is kept down there and I also ferment down there. Everything was covered in you know what.

Anyways if anyone is up for a nut brown ale or fecal matter IPA...let me know.


Polboy 01-19-2013 01:54 AM

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Nothing fancy but i can stack a lot of beer in those milk crates. 1st pic is a "warm" room in the basement i use for conditioning and fermenting, 2nd pic is a cold part of my basement, small space behind dryer but i can stack up 30 or so milk crates in there. I also have a fridge in the garage



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