I could do that, but then the gallon of epoxy i bought wouldn't be nearly enough to cover. That stuff is expensive.
Damn Yankee Brewing
Fridge was a freebee thanks to Craigslist
Little shelf in the bottom allows 4 cornys plus 10 # CO2
Chalk board is krylon Chalk board spray paint
Keging equipment is all from Keg Connection. (shameless plug). He's right down the road in San Marcos and his prices plus customer help was right on.
De Oppresso Liber
Any ideas on how to rotate that pic? Every thing I open it including Preview, adobe etc has it right side up?
i think you can rotate it from within your forum gallery if that's where it is...
Inspired by Guntr's keezer with a tap tower...
have you been touched by his noodlily appendage
1st time brewer long time drinker.
Secondary:Hoppy birthday IPA
Bottled: Scottish 80/-AB Clone
Keg: Marzen, Pale ale
Up next: Amber ale, Wheat
I added two taps last night, I will add two more in the future. Probably put a stout tap in the middle. I also moved the Co2 tank to the outside.
I can fit six corny's in this bad boy. I still need a secondary regulator and a gas manifold. Will be purchased in the very near future.
If you don't start drinkin' I'm gonna leave
Ok, I just finished mine and it turned out great. I have about $$375 bucks invested.
Holds 4 kegs
Medium sized frig. (Used) $ 25.00
All tubes, Taps etc. $340.00
Kegs Free (Used)
Co2 Tank Free!
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