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Old 03-16-2012, 10:34 PM   #3481
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nope, just have it handy so I don't lose it, heard way too many stories of it being lost constantly lol.
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Old 03-17-2012, 03:28 AM   #3482
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Like our football team, my LSU kegerator totally crapped out this past January. So here is my latest version. Sorry about the horizontal pictures. Not sure what happened there.

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Old 03-17-2012, 01:32 PM   #3483
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Like our football team, my LSU kegerator totally crapped out this past January. So here is my latest version. Sorry about the horizontal pictures. Not sure what happened there.
Very cool! Magnetic skins?
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Old 03-17-2012, 06:05 PM   #3484
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Quick update to mine. Installed the 11th tap on Friday.
Wow! I can't believe you do 5 to 6 batches in a day. I thought my 3 batches a day was good, but 5-6?! Yowza.

And, then, gotta love the 11 taps. Nothing like a great variety on hand. Tough to get past 2 taps with my SWMBO.
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Old 03-17-2012, 06:56 PM   #3485
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Small 5 cubic ft keezer- had to go small, I don't have a lot of room for something larger. It fits 3 kegs, currently have 2 on co2 and plan on adding nitrogen for a tap in the center. I drilled and plugged the center tap hole so I have no choice but to add on!
That's the size I think I'm interested in using... are you happy with the one you picked so far? If so, what make/model is it?
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Old 03-17-2012, 11:57 PM   #3486
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Like our football team, my LSU kegerator totally crapped out this past January. So here is my latest version. Sorry about the horizontal pictures. Not sure what happened there.
Holy Schlitz!! That is awesome!! I was proud of my LSU build till I say this one. I'm still working on mine. You can find the build in the DIY section called "keezer build, Louisiana style. I'm not quite finished yet

Are those decals? I'm trying to find some large LSU decals but have come up empty. Any help would be awesome!!

Geaux Tigers!!
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Old 03-18-2012, 12:54 AM   #3487
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That's the size I think I'm interested in using... are you happy with the one you picked so far? If so, what make/model is it?
It's a Frigidaire, not sure of the model- it's a few years old and i bought it on CL for $40. It works great, haven't had any issues with it and has a decent amount of room for how small it is. I just started kegging, and I'm sure I will eventually get the "bigger is better" bug, but for now it works great.
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Old 03-18-2012, 09:09 PM   #3488
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Wow! I can't believe you do 5 to 6 batches in a day. I thought my 3 batches a day was good, but 5-6?! Yowza.

And, then, gotta love the 11 taps. Nothing like a great variety on hand. Tough to get past 2 taps with my SWMBO.

Hahahah. Yeah, it probably not smart to do that many in a day. I'm usually dead to the world the day after. But I've got to keep that pipeline full somehow and I may get one day in a month to do it in.

Yes, 11 is awesome especially for all the entertaining we do. We just hosted my grandmothers 85th birthday at our home and it was cool to type up a beer menu and then ask people if they wanted a tall, short or sampler flight. I'm a lucky guy. Had 2 taps at first, then 4, then 8, now 11... I've been promising SWMBO one for root beer for a while now... I should probably get on that since I want to build a portable kegerator next.
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1. Joe Mudd Porter ~ 5.6%
2. Crochety Striped Rooster ESB ~ 6.7%
3. Watermelon Wheat ~ 6.9%
4. In Finem Mundi (Golden Belgian Triple) ~ 11.2%
5. Black Wheat ~ 4.9%
6. Sparkling Apfelwein ~ 8.5%
7. Scottish Heather Honey Ale ~ 9.3%
8. Double Chocolate Stout (aged 2 years... forgot about it) ~ 5.4%
9. Unholy Helles Maibock ~ 6.66%
10. Effin' Heavy ~ 18.7%
11. Hughheffenerweizen ~ 5.2%
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Old 03-18-2012, 09:19 PM   #3489
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Small 5 cubic ft keezer- had to go small, I don't have a lot of room for something larger. It fits 3 kegs, currently have 2 on co2 and plan on adding nitrogen for a tap in the center. I drilled and plugged the center tap hole so I have no choice but to add on!
That's very nice looking, congratulations!
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Old 03-19-2012, 02:36 AM   #3490
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A few pictures of my kegerator. Mayday IPA & Creme Brulee Imperial Milk Stout on tap.

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