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Old 04-20-2014, 02:24 AM   #11
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Sorry folks I''ve been busy to respond. I will say I all ready have a up right. Works great, however I need a chest style to fit in the bar. I will have to deal with braking my back for time. As for collar vs coffin, I will be building a collar style, though won't have taps coming out But lines through pvc tubing running up to my tap tree. Wait as I am typing I realize that a coffin might work out better. I don't know I guess I should sit down and figure out the lay out of the bar.

But first things first, I picked up the free chest freezer today. Unfortunately it's to small for me I would like to fit 3 soda kegs, and 1/4-1/2 barrel of commercial beer. I could probably get soda kegs if I built a collar but wouldn't have room for anything else. So I need to keep an eye out for a bigger chest freezer.

So for now I will start some designing and planning.

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I have recently built or nearly built a chest freezer. Yes, it's heavy to lift the kegs when full but that isn't an everyday thing. I can muscle it and will. Maybe in 5 years I'll have a different attitude but for now, even with the multiple removals of a root beer keg to shake it and such, I don't quite regret anything.

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Sorry folks I''ve been busy to respond. I will say I all ready have a up right. Works great, however I need a chest style to fit in the bar. I will have to deal with braking my back for time. As for collar vs coffin, I will be building a collar style, though won't have taps coming out But lines through pvc tubing running up to my tap tree. Wait as I am typing I realize that a coffin might work out better. I don't know I guess I should sit down and figure out the lay out of the bar.

But first things first, I picked up the free chest freezer today. Unfortunately it's to small for me I would like to fit 3 soda kegs, and 1/4-1/2 barrel of commercial beer. I could probably get soda kegs if I built a collar but wouldn't have room for anything else. So I need to keep an eye out for a bigger chest freezer.

So for now I will start some designing and planning.
Smart idea that. Plan your bar out fully before you commit to anything. It will keep you from having to do anything twice and save you money in the long run.
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