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Old 07-02-2011, 11:01 AM   #1
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Default My home bar in progress

I started my bar about 4-5 months ago and have been making some progress
Im near completion and am gathering my supplies to build my kegerator .

The Basement Bar

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And If your in Ireland anytime be sure to stop in for a pint

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Old 07-02-2011, 11:16 AM   #2
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great looking bar! I would think that a beer engine is mandatory for an Irish bar

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Old 07-02-2011, 11:23 AM   #3
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great looking bar! I would think that a beer engine is mandatory for an Irish bar

Oh for sure

Me and my mates cant wait to get the kegerator finished and
the pool table in will be having the mother of all parties
when its 100% .

Hopefully not too much longer now
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Very nice! What kind of wood?

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Very nice! What kind of wood?
The bar is mahogany and the door is red deal

I was going to get my cabinet maker to make it up
for me but money is tight right now and decided
Id like to do it myself , cos I done everything
in the bar myself up to this point .

theres a few scratches on the bartop so
I might just varnish it with the same varnish
used on the door its an old bar maybe
13 years old .

was In storage for a long time Im ressurecting it
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Very Nice!! A Pool Table will be perfect in there

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I like it! Wish I had one.

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Very Nice!! A Pool Table will be perfect in there


Yea should be getting a pool table very soon and
Ive plenty of room for it aswell .

cant wait for that and my kegerator
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I like it! Wish I had one.

theres nothing that cant be done mate

I never thought Id be able to do all this myself
but sure I did it and it turned out great as far
as my opinion goes .

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Yea should be getting a pool table very soon and
Ive plenty of room for it aswell .

cant wait for that and my kegerator
What size table you getting?
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