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Old 03-07-2012, 06:23 PM   #1
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Here is my Kegerator build. I wanted the freezer door to be a chalk board so first I used bondo to get a smooth surface. The fridge has that typical wrinkled appliance texture. (Sorry for the crappy phone pics)

1st pic - Freezer door with Bondo and 1 faucet installed.
2nd pic - Bondo sanded flat, primered, white paint, and Starr Brew sticker.
3rd pic - Chalk Board painted, over sticker
4th pc - added second faucet
5th pic - all finished (gotta figure out a drip tray still)













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The yeasties seem to swim around eating sugar and peeing alcohol and farting co2 good enough on their own without needing an amusement park ride to do so. ;)
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Old 03-07-2012, 06:28 PM   #2
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Pic of the inside. I built a shelf on the bottom to get over the compressor hump in the back of the fridge. Can't really tell from this pic but, I have room for a full keg, CO2, and a corny keg. I may be able to add a third faucet and squeeze in a second corny keg.





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Woah! A 0.5 bbl sanke brewer, right on!

Looks like the shelf is great for bottle storage down low.

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I brew 5 gal batches on my stove, not a sanke brewer yet.

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oh, the keg in there threw me off!



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