Well here is what I have done and ordered thus far, and what I got from who. I will get the first string of photo’s loaded later today. Thanks for reading.
Frigidaire 15 cu ft freezer on sale for $323.19, minus my 10% military discount, plus tax!!!
Austin Homebrew Supply:
Refrigerator Conversion Kit x 6 = which includes 6 each of the following Perlick Perl 525SS faucets, SS 4 1/8” shank w/ SS collar, beer nut, beer washers. $55.99 http://www.austinhomebrew.com/produc...ducts_id=11656
Johnson Digital Temp Controller, $79.99, http://www.austinhomebrew.com/produc...ducts_id=12193
25’ of 5/16” air line, $11.25 http://www.austinhomebrew.com/produc...oducts_id=1212
The Beverage Factory:
New double gas gauge, $40.87, http://www.beveragefactory.com/draft...egulator.shtml
6 way gas line manifold, $86.44, http://www.beveragefactory.com/draft...tributor.shtml
Beer Line cleaning/maintenance kit, $45.52, http://www.beveragefactory.com/draft...t/ck1100.shtml
Tap handle threaded inserts, what is a home brew system without a few homemade taps? 8 @ $1.10 ea,
Gas Ball Locks, barbed, 4 @ $5.25, http://www.williamsbrewing.com/GAS_B...ED_P52C110.cfm
Beer Ball Locks, barbed, 4 @ $5.25 (is what I wanted) but I clicked on threaded…so I will either use them and add barbed adapters or send them back for what I thought I was getting opps, mistake #1!!!
Quick Disconnects x2 ea male and female @ $6.50 and $6.95 ( I want to have the ability to remove the CO2) quickly and easily. I will have two tanks a 5lb and 20lb (already have these, just adding one new gauge), the 5 lb will be for the 1 dedicated Soda tap and the 20lb for the 5 remaining and most important beer taps)!!!
The Carobonator, I think the wife and kids will use this more than me, but should be fun for small 2 liter batches of soda, $14.90
And of course since I was on their web site I had to get some more brewing supplies so I can drink my current kegs down and restock!!!
The Winemaker (Watertown, NY)
This is my local supply shop / story….they had trouble getting better pricing on everything that I needed, but I still get much of my supplies for beer and wine making through them. Andrew and his dad are great people, and it is awesome to see a small local business that is there to support or hobby, they have tons of knowledge. I did end up getting my beer lines, 100’of 1/4” from them for $21.50. And I am sure if I forgot anything or need anything else they will have it or can get it!!!
Well that is what is happening so far I will get some pics up as soon as time permits, let me know if you have any questions!!! All the best.