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Old 01-20-2010, 12:31 AM   #11
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Who needs a Poker table when we're gonna build a stripper pole atop a stage?
Indeed. Don't forget to bulk buy the iodophor, stripper poles tend to increase sanitizer usage exponentially.
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Old 01-20-2010, 04:17 AM   #12
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Indeed. Don't forget to bulk buy the iodophor, stripper poles tend to increase sanitizer usage exponentially.
I'm a "star san" man, so we'll be foaming the place up!!!!
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Awesome bar! Can't wait to see how this turns out. Love the tap handles on the wall, too. Makes for simple storage and a decorative look!

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Old 01-20-2010, 02:12 PM   #14
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My Keezer(on the right) is 15 cf and Yes it has room for 8(5 gal)sankeys. The Kegerator on the left(my brothers) has 2 draft towers with 4 taps each. It will hold our 1/2 barrel collection.

The wine racks will NOT be cooled(We drink red wine)I will use 1"x1"s to hold the wine bottles in place. I'm not gonna have any plumbing(wet bar)

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Old 01-20-2010, 05:01 PM   #15
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Sweet jibblin jeebus! That's one massive keezer. How much did that beast run you and did you buy it new or was it on Craigslist or something? Because while I'm not planning on having 8 beers/apfelwein/mead on tap at once, it'd be really nice to have some back up kegs carbonating and chilling simultaneously. I'm thinking 5 taps myself, with room for 3 back-ups. Thanks in advance! And that wine rack sounds like an awesome idea. Is each shelf going to be multi-layer or are you only going to have one layer of bottles per shelf?

I found the commercial freezer on craigslist for $100! It's 4 years old, but runs like a champ. I did my research and found what I wanted. I really wanted a 18-20 cf freezer, but couldn't find one.
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It has been RAINING since sunday here in So Cal and I'm over it! I can't cut the wood sheets for the bar top/counter top or finish skinning the frame. So frustrated!!! I'm gonna have to have a couple pints of SN Harvest Ale just to calm me down

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Old 01-20-2010, 10:44 PM   #17
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It has been RAINING since sunday here in So Cal and I'm over it! I can't cut the wood sheets for the bar top/counter top or finish skinning the frame. So frustrated!!! I'm gonna have to have a couple pints of SN Harvest Ale just to calm me down
Hey, I thought it never rained in Southern California! Your build looks like its going to be Awesome! I thought your Keezer was great also. I started my keezer this week, I will post pics of the build in a few days.
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Good work so far. I am really looking forward to see what this will be like when completed. It looks quite good already.

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Hey, I thought it never rained in Southern California! Your build looks like its going to be Awesome! I thought your Keezer was great also. I started my keezer this week, I will post pics of the build in a few days.
You're telling me! I haven't seen the sun in almost 4 days! it's far more irritating than anything. I know how spoiled I am living in So Cal(that's why I choose to live here) I'm complaining because it feels like I'm in Seattle. damn grey skies are getting to me.

I can't wait to see your keezer! Put up some pics already
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