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Old 03-01-2013, 05:13 PM   #4311
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Nothing too fancy, but I'm LOVING having beer on tap! I even had a 2 ounce sample before work at 7:00 am...just because I can!

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Old 03-01-2013, 05:24 PM   #4312
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rdkopp0153 Nothing too fancy, but I'm LOVING having beer on tap! I even had a 2 ounce sample before work at 7:00 am...just because I can!
I'm glad I'm not the only one that does that on occassion!
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Old 03-01-2013, 05:54 PM   #4313
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Just finished it the other day.

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Old 03-02-2013, 03:35 AM   #4314
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Here's my Keezer!

Just finished it a few days ago!

The black paint is chalkboard paint, and i'm planning on putting magnets on a drip tray so i don't have to drill into the freezer.
May I ask: it looks like instead of drilling through the freezer, you basically unhinged the lid and build a wooden "extension" then put the lid back, thereby mounting the taps to the wood. Is this correct? If so, genius. Never thought of that to avoid coolant lines in the freezer wall
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Old 03-02-2013, 04:19 AM   #4315
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May I ask: it looks like instead of drilling through the freezer, you basically unhinged the lid and build a wooden "extension" then put the lid back, thereby mounting the taps to the wood. Is this correct? If so, genius. Never thought of that to avoid coolant lines in the freezer wall
keezers are made in two ways either with an Irish coffin or with a collar start from the beginning of this thread and you will see.
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Nothing too fancy, but I'm LOVING having beer on tap! I even had a 2 ounce sample before work at 7:00 am...just because I can!
I've explained to people the beauty of having lots of beer on tap isn't that you can have as many beers as you want...it's that you can pour half a beer, if that's all you want.
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So far here is the collar and I'm going to set it all up and I will edit this post tomorrow and put the finished product pictures as well, I'm just too excited to not put this up right now!
the collar came out really good....

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So far here is the collar and I'm going to set it all up and I will edit this post tomorrow and put the finished product pictures as well, I'm just too excited to not put this up right now!
the collar came out really good....
Nice work! Is that cherry?
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Nice work! Is that cherry?
YESSSS!, I am caressing it right now.... Lol
And Thanks bud! I can't wait! I'm just afraid three kegs is not enough now... Hahaha... Just kidding.

I joked with my girlfriend the other day that the more the guys women bitch at them the more taps the guys have on the kegerator (That's how you can tell who has the sweet girlfriends and who has the tougher ones) so they need more brew on hand to alleviate such stresses.... Lol
My girl is a Three Tap woman...
Kinda in the middle...

The top and bottom are not flat like a lot of others. It's custom cut to follow the contour of the freezer door and door frame. Came out great!
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YESSSS!, I am caressing it right now.... Lol
And Thanks bud! I can't wait! I'm just afraid three kegs is not enough now... Hahaha... Just kidding.

I joked with my girlfriend the other day that the more the guys women bitch at them the more taps the guys have on the kegerator (That's how you can tell who has the sweet girlfriends and who has the tougher ones) so they need more brew on hand to alleviate such stresses.... Lol
My girl is a Three Tap woman...
Kind in the middle...
I started with 4 taps and added 2 more last week. It's never enough?

Did you start with 8/4 cherry or is that 2' 4/4 board to get the thickness?

I routed a 7/16" rabbet on the bottom of my collar so it slips on top of the freezer. Nothing is needed to hold it in place.
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