Appreciate the information. What I really want is to have a tap, or two, or three right on the bar. It wouldn't make alot of sense to me to build something seperate because then, what would I use the bar area for? I have the bar counter, stools and a sink and a fridge behind it so I want to make good use of this are.
That being said the chest freezer, especially that big would be a bit difficult. I think I am going to have to go with a standard kegerator which opens at the side in order to make this work. That would be fine except I have been dreaming of atleast a 3 tap system, 1 of which would be a 1/2 barrel so that there is always some good non-home brew on tap to drink.
Any thoughts on this? If i get a standard kegerator I think the most I could do is a two tap system and have a tall 8 gallon keg along with a 5 gallon home brew keg. Doable, but I wanted a bit more!
Section 143 Brew Co.
Est. 2008 - Pittsburgh, PA
In primary: None
In secondary: Amber
Bottled (Conditioning): Pale Ale
Bottled (Ready to Drink): Oktoberfest, Porter
Next up: Section 143 Originals - "Off-Season Ale" and "Draft Day Lager"