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Old 12-12-2011, 01:08 AM   #3201
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It is a Home Depot 5.5cu ft deep freezer with thermostat control. I put the bottle on the outside and I can fit 2 5gal and 2 3gal kegs with picnic taps. I am space limited too.

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Old 12-12-2011, 02:17 AM   #3202
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It is a Home Depot 5.5cu ft deep freezer with thermostat control. I put the bottle on the outside and I can fit 2 5gal and 2 3gal kegs with picnic taps. I am space limited too.
Did you drill a hole through the side for the gas line? I don't see a collar...
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Old 12-13-2011, 10:44 PM   #3203
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Default in the middle of the build...

I will be adding a coffin with an inset digital picture frame with whats on tap and I will tile the top with glass tile and add blue led ribbon lights.

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Old 12-14-2011, 04:25 PM   #3204
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What make and model of fridge is your fermentation chamber? Is it a wine fridge?

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It's a Magic Chef Wine Fridge. We had it at work and they wanted to get rid of it. Took out the shelves, and put a temperature controller on it.

Sorry I don't know the exact model. I'll check when I get home.

Only thing I'm worried about is when sunlight comes in... It gets hit a bit. It's tinted but I don't trust a carboy in it yet.

It looks identical to my Vissani 52 Bottle Wine Fridge. I believe Vissani is just another Magic Chef brand. They sell at Home Depot for 199. They fit a bucket with room to spare, or even a 6g carboy with airlock with zero modifications.
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Old 12-14-2011, 05:01 PM   #3205
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It looks identical to my Vissani 52 Bottle Wine Fridge. I believe Vissani is just another Magic Chef brand. They sell at Home Depot for 199. They fit a bucket with room to spare, or even a 6g carboy with airlock with zero modifications.
Once in a while they have it on sale for about $160 or so. I remember seeing it and considering it, but in the end went for the 7.0 cu foot ge freezer for $159.
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Old 12-15-2011, 01:56 AM   #3206
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It looks identical to my Vissani 52 Bottle Wine Fridge. I believe Vissani is just another Magic Chef brand. They sell at Home Depot for 199. They fit a bucket with room to spare, or even a 6g carboy with airlock with zero modifications.
Must be close if not the same model. Mine holds exactly the same (bucket or 6g with airlock)

I like it. Mine was used and super gross. Never again will I buy used fridges from non-homebrewers.

I plan using it for cold crashing and conditioning...and getting a chest freezer for fermenting so I can do more!!

My Sanyo wasn't bad...he was a gamer do all it had was energy drinks in it.
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Old 12-16-2011, 05:29 PM   #3207
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Someone was kind enough to give me an early christmas present in the form of draft tower, co2 tank, dual regulator and drip tray so I could finally finish converting the Danby I got 2 years ago. Force carbing the first beer right now! This was a real simple conversion, especially compared to a lot of others posted on here!
What model number Danby is that? And are those pin locks or ball locks? I'm wondering if I can fit 2 pin locks in there.

Looks good man, Thanks!
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I just tiled the Keezer Collar, tomorrow I'll throw some grout at it.

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Old 12-17-2011, 12:43 AM   #3209
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Are those granite tiles?

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Old 12-17-2011, 02:26 AM   #3210
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Are those granite tiles?
Yeah the lid is stupid heavy after I roughed it out in wood, put plywood on top and then hardibacker board.

I need to take some quality photos after it's grouted.

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EDIT: Here is the Finished Keezer after I grouted it today.



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