Now you just needs some load cells/strain guages to know when the keg is empty!
That is really nice!
Must... Fight... Urge.... To... Do... This...!
Excellent write up! I'm going to be doing much the same thing with my kegerator once it's rebuilt.
I was looking to purchase a fridge for fermentation and was just going to slap a standard controller on it but now it seems I have found a good project for the winter.
Looks really well done, good work!
Outstanding. Consider me inspired!
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