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Old 05-10-2011, 10:54 PM   #1
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Default Whats the best way to run lines in a bar?

Im going to be building a bar and I want to have a 4 tap tower on top of the bar. Bottom line is what are my options? If I go the keezer route how do I get the kegs into the keezer if it is under the bar? And do I just drill a hole in the top of it to run the lines to the tower and insulate the lines? Any help and/or pics would be hugely appreciated. I am running into a wall trying to get info on this. Cheers!


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Old 05-11-2011, 08:36 PM   #2
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This is what I did. Might give you some ideas. Really, if I were you I would just look at all the keezer builds in the DIY forum.

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f51/bar-...racker-164329/

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Thanks man. Yeah im starting to think that may be my best bet and just keep it behind the bar.
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Put the keezer on wheels to slide it out of the counter space. Can cover with doors if you'd like.
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I have a buddy that has a setup like I describe. I'll try to get pics, but it could be a bit. He is in Afganistan but I am due to go over and mow the lawn so I will ask the wife if I can snap a pic.
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oh i thought it was about lines of coke,at a bar. i would have said on a mirror. just from watching movies
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seriously good luck with your project


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