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Old 03-30-2009, 02:49 AM   #11
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I like the pericks you have already
lol. Thanks again! I need a few more to fill it out though
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Old 03-30-2009, 03:12 AM   #12
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May want to think about having it bead/sand blasted. Usually pretty cheap and will get all of the rust out. Then hit it with some picklex or something, just to neutralize anything that might be left.

 
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Old 03-30-2009, 04:49 AM   #13
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I'm all over this.... "Subscribed"
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Old 03-30-2009, 03:34 PM   #14
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excited to see the monster. i'd love to someday have that much beer on hand! I'm having trouble keeping my 2 taps supplied!
But one question to the OP,
"What the heck you gonna do when the ghosts in your basement start drinking all your homebrew? You're gonna tell them,"Hey don't drink that, it's not yours and that's called stealing!, For your Health."

Sorry I can't read any of your posts without at least quoting in my head.
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Old 03-30-2009, 04:06 PM   #15
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Here is a rough idea of what I'm looking at creating...While it's not for everyone, it'll definitely make it one of a kind.
Hey, what have you done to my kegerator?

 
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Old 03-30-2009, 04:11 PM   #16
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excited to see the monster. i'd love to someday have that much beer on hand! I'm having trouble keeping my 2 taps supplied!
But one question to the OP,
"What the heck you gonna do when the ghosts in your basement start drinking all your homebrew? You're gonna tell them,"Hey don't drink that, it's not yours and that's called stealing!, For your Health."

Sorry I can't read any of your posts without at least quoting in my head.
It's terribly ugly down there! When I moved it there was cobwebs and no paint on the floor, only about 2" of dirt. I cleaned the floors as best as possible and put down the paint.

I really don't drink a TON of beer, so having this much beer is going to be feasible only for the simple fact that I don't kick kegs fast enough. I may also have a new roomate who is getting into brewing. If he moves in, then he will be able to put his items on tap as well.

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Hey, what have you done to my kegerator?
LOL

It was the best angle and look that I was going for. Sorry to bastardize it, but its nearly exactly what I'm going for with the end product.
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Old 03-30-2009, 04:18 PM   #17
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It's terribly ugly down there! When I moved it there was cobwebs and no paint on the floor, only about 2" of dirt. I cleaned the floors as best as possible and put down the paint.

I really don't drink a TON of beer, so having this much beer is going to be feasible only for the simple fact that I don't kick kegs fast enough. I may also have a new roomate who is getting into brewing. If he moves in, then he will be able to put his items on tap as well.


LOL

It was the best angle and look that I was going for. Sorry to bastardize it, but its nearly exactly what I'm going for with the end product.
Right on. I actually really like the plaid look and wish I had thought of it first! I don't drink much beer either and my kegs tend to last for months having 8 at a time on. But since I don't drink much I like to have a good variety to choose from.

Not sure where you are getting your faucets but Williams has good prices on the whole assembly that comes with everything from tailpiece to tap handle. I think it was about $45 per assembly.

 
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Not sure where you are getting your faucets but Williams has good prices on the whole assembly that comes with everything from tailpiece to tap handle. I think it was about $45 per assembly.
Surely these aren't Perlicks! Those are 45 by themselves. If so WOW! Nice find.
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Old 04-01-2009, 01:45 PM   #19
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Surely these aren't Perlicks! Those are 45 by themselves. If so WOW! Nice find.
They sure are! That's where I got my Perlicks. William's is great to deal with.

Joe! You are the man. Can't wait to see how it progresses.

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Old 04-01-2009, 02:10 PM   #20
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Surely these aren't Perlicks! Those are 45 by themselves. If so WOW! Nice find.
Yup, looks like they are about $50 now but it's still a great deal.

 
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