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Old 02-06-2013, 02:33 AM   #4261
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That is a thing of beauty. I'd like to see the whole room its in for perspective.
Thanks for all the kind words. Once the rest of the room is cleaned up ill throw up some more pictures. The opposite wall is my tap handle collection of about 50 handles, and a few more beer signs and posters. Still planning on putting in glass racks under the shelf. Thinking about building a card table with the same painted galvanized piping as the frame.
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Old 02-07-2013, 11:46 PM   #4262
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It's taken a few weeks to make it through all these great keezer pics & I finally decided to join HBT. Anybody know of any good 220 volt temp controlling options for those of us building keezers outside the US? Looks like eBay has a bunch of 220 aquarium units from different places in Asia but still a little unsure.

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Old 02-07-2013, 11:47 PM   #4263
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This is my project. I am making a 16" drip tray out of #4 brushed 304 stainless. I'm also thinking of covering the wood with some pre finished steel or aluminum. Btw I am a sheet metal worker who specializes in architectural sheet metal mostly copper. I plan to add a 3rd tap in to this as well, just only have 2 kegs.

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Old 02-08-2013, 12:42 AM   #4264
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It's taken a few weeks to make it through all these great keezer pics & I finally decided to join HBT. Anybody know of any good 220 volt temp controlling options for those of us building keezers outside the US? Looks like eBay has a bunch of 220 aquarium units from different places in Asia but still a little unsure.
Those will work fine. Also love controllers or dwyer controllers are made in Spain originally so they got to be available around the world. Since most stuff is coming from China, might as well order a 220V from ebay and skip the middleman. Whats the beer scene like in Brasil?
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Old 02-08-2013, 01:26 AM   #4265
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Thanks. I could write a book about the beer scene in Brasil but I'll try to be brief since I'm new here & some people might just want to get to the Keezer pics so PM me if you want more details.
In a nutshell it's like the US in the early 80's- lots of big brand watered down stuff. Skol is the big brand (maybe Bud light will be in a few years but HUGE stigma about using the word light) but a lot of people prefer draft beer (one reason SWMBO is down with me making a keezer in the apt here) with Brahma Chopp (chopp just means draft) being the fave draft. It's served ridiculously cold (I've seen as low as -6 C) in small glasses to keep it cold & for the social aspect of sharing.

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Thanks. I could write a book about the beer scene in Brasil but I'll try to be brief since I'm new here & some people might just want to get to the Keezer pics so PM me if you want more details.
In a nutshell it's like the US in the early 80's- lots of big brand watered down stuff. Skol is the big brand (maybe Bud light will be in a few years but HUGE stigma about using the word light) but a lot of people prefer draft beer (one reason SWMBO is down with me making a keezer in the apt here) with Brahma Chopp (chopp just means draft) being the fave draft. It's served ridiculously cold (I've seen as low as -6 C) in small glasses to keep it cold & for the social aspect of sharing.
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I may even add more, have 4 more beers kegged using picnic taps

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Ok, I feel I can finally post this here. It still has some internal work to be done, and at some point two more taps will be added, but here it is, The Keezer!

Do you have any pics of the process or pics under the hood and how it's put together? Would love to do one like that.

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I may even add more, have 4 more beers kegged using picnic taps
In case 8 on tap is not enough?
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Do you have any pics of the process or pics under the hood and how it's put together? Would love to do one like that.

Thanks!
Haha, can't tell if you are joking or just a noobie.
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