Beer is the mind-killer. Beer is the little death that brings total obliteration. I will face my beer. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see it's path. When the beer has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain.
Step 19: Install the shanks, and tubing the the two kegs that I have for now....don't worry more kegs are on the way from midwest (hopefully).
Step 20: I found a small piece of metal the lined up with the holes on the hinges to use as extra support on the collar. I think that I read somewhere that this will help prevent damage to the collar. I used some wood screws and screwed the collar to the hinges.
You can see that the hinges can support the weight of the wood, shanks, and faucets with no problem.
And now the (near) finished product....
All that is left is for my upgrade to the kegging system to arrive from midwest supplies so that I can add in more kegs, and a regulator. But beginning on Wednesday after my kegs can chill for 48 hours I will pour my first pint from my kegerator.
I may add a few more pics eventually once I actually add in all the kegs and the regulator. I may also add in two more faucets since I can supposedly fit 6 corny kegs in with the collar.
Primary #1: Cascade/Willamette APA
Primary #2: Air
Secondary #1: Belgian Dark Strong
Tap #1: Dubbel Red Balls
Tap #2: Honey Brown Ale
Tap #3: BierMuncher's Outer Limits IPA
Tap #4: Penn Dark Clone 1.0
Conditioning in Kegs: Pollinated porter
Bottled/Drinking: AHS Old School IPA; Apfelwein 1/22/10
Bump! Just curious if you have any pics of the inside of the finished product. I have a similar freezer by Woods that has inside dimensions of roughly 16.5 x 26.5 x 27. But with the frigging compressor in the one corner, I only figure I can get 3 Cornys in it. Were you really able to get 4 in that one?
__________________ I love the sound of an airlock bubbling in the morning. It sounds like.....VICTORY.
Originally Posted by TxBrew
It's now degenerating into nu uh and uh huhs and it no longer serves a point.