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Old 02-10-2013, 06:36 PM   #1
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First brew - a porter I have named "Regal Beast Porter". Really just a way to get the dog's picture on there and make the kids happy.

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Old 02-10-2013, 06:50 PM   #2
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Looks good,nice label. Is that your basement rumpus room?
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Looks good,nice lbel. Is that your basement rumpus room?
Yep. In the process of adding a two faucet tower into the countertop behind the bar.

EDIT: and thanks on the labels. They are really just Labely.com creations that took me about 10 minutes to make. The kids love 'em, which was 50% of the point.
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Cool. Always nice to add to the ol' man cave. I'm hoping to add a couple things to mine come tax return time.
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Cool. Always nice to add to the ol' man cave. I'm hoping to add a couple things to mine come tax return time.
Good deal. Mine will be cheap, as I already have the kegerator. A tower, a hole saw and a couple of corney's...
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Here is the thread I started to show my bar set up. I literally got the idea for my countertop tower while posting these pictures:

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f85/basement-bar-384740/

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I remember that one. This one looks nice with the honey oak colored wood.
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I remember that one. This one looks mice with the honey oak colored wood.
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Your first brew has a label? You're already hooked!!

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