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Old 11-28-2013, 01:28 PM   #4831
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Got the beast running! Now, feed the beast!!
Wow! Do you have a build thread on this?
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Old 11-28-2013, 07:33 PM   #4832
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Wow! Do you have a build thread on this?
It wasn't much of a build. Originally held 6 sankey kegs with lines leading to a separate walk in cooler. I just chopped all and convert to ball locks, and installed a 3 pressure gas system (one is beer gas). Wouldn't want to brag about having done a home build. I did find it on HBT one day, and I was the first to respond. It came out of a bar remodel in San Diego. Got lucky, it was cheap. Thanks for your interest. I probably will post some more pics when I get it finished. Having this on the patio reminds me of how close to the edge I might be.
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Old 11-29-2013, 09:40 PM   #4833
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Just transferring a wheat beer to a keg so I can drink her up from the keezer!

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Old 11-30-2013, 08:16 PM   #4834
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Lots of great ideas in this thread, I used a bunch of them for my setup. Almost complete, just got final coat of poly on the collar. Also need to mount the supply and return lines on the collar, from the keezer to the taps. The whole thing has taken almost 3 years, will be psyched to finally have the suds flowing!

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Old 11-30-2013, 08:17 PM   #4835
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Nicely done, jcb!

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Old 12-01-2013, 03:27 AM   #4836
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Nicely done, jcb!
JCB,

As an architect and a furniture designer/builder, I have to say that although it isn't my aesthetic (like modern and mid-century modern), I really appreciate the craftsmanship and attention to detail. Great dovetails on the keezer collar.

Keep up the good work and letting people know that fine craftsmanship still exists in the U.S.A.!

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I'm always impressed by the craftsmanship that people are capable of in their projects.

and then there is my build......

Mine isn't very pretty or innovative but it is completely functional and dispenses delicious beer
I used a 7 cu.ft freezer I had for years in the garage and repainted it metallic silver to cover some scratches and marks, collar painted black. It currently holds 4 kegs. I will eventually install a nitro system as well and add a stout tap.

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I'm always impressed by the craftsmanship that people are capable of in their projects.

and then there is my build......

Mine isn't very pretty or innovative but it is completely functional and dispenses delicious beer
I used a 7 cu.ft freezer I had for years in the garage and repainted it metallic silver to cover some scratches and marks, collar painted black. It currently holds 4 kegs. I will eventually install a nitro system as well and add a stout tap.

I'm digging the BFL.
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My keezer is posted earlier in this thread, but I just added a nitro rig with stout faucet bringing me to 4 taps total.
I saw taps handles like this and it may be one of your earlier pics, but I decided I will likely use the same idea when I start kegging. It's simple and beer-themed for sure.
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