First, thank you. To all those who have posted before and helped to shape my plan. I stole great ideas and learned where I can avoid trouble. So thanks. Second, my wife agreed to let me place the keezer in the dining room IF it was enough quality to deserve invading such a valuable space. And last, thanks to my friend Brad who had all the equipment and space to build. I hope beer is repayment enough.
Let me know what you think, everyone. This is the second thing I have ever built. Turned out well I think. Enjoy!
__________________ Kegged: Wild Texan, Sour Blonde, Pumpkin Ale, Heady Topper clone Primary: Germanic Pale Ale Souring: None On Deck: Saisons, Epic Pale ale clone On the Horizon: a bunch Updated: 2013/12/16 | My Double-Decker Keezer/Ferm Chamber | Germanic Pale Ale
Freaking amazing. Makes me want to make one immediately. I got a fridge with 4 faucets sittin' in the garage. Just gotta drill some holes and connect. Ain't gunna be pretty like this one. You have definitely earned some bragging rights.
I got the wood from a vintage lumber yard. All of it is reclaimed, different types of which I couldn't identify. They plained and cut the wood down to 2 & 3 inch panels for me to use. Expensive at $10 a square foot but I would do it again.