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Old 09-14-2009, 02:12 AM   #1211
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We just finished construction on ours. Still need to finish cleaning the kegs and fill the CO2 tank, but we should be in business in the next couple of days. Thanks to everyone in the forum for the great ideas. If it looks just like yours, take it as a compliment!

Sorry for the quality of the pictures, I took them with my iPhone. I'll try to get some better ones up when I get a chance.

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In reference to your second pic: *Cue Seinfeld reference* Are you sure it's not 'on the wagon'?


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Old 09-14-2009, 02:26 AM   #1212
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Mine is pretty much stolen straight from Jester's Keezer thread. I'm planning to build a cabinet for it, but I wanted to get it pouring first. Cherry. Only 3 taps now, but designed for a total of 5.





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Old 09-14-2009, 02:42 PM   #1213
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Mine is pretty much stolen straight from Jester's Keezer thread. I'm planning to build a cabinet for it, but I wanted to get it pouring first. Cherry. Only 3 taps now, but designed for a total of 5.



Very nice. I went that route too and made my box way too large. I like yours. I've been saying I need to rebuild for a while, But it's so hard to disassemble a working keezer to put it out of commission. Even temporarily.
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Old 09-14-2009, 06:38 PM   #1214
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In reference to your second pic: *Cue Seinfeld reference* Are you sure it's not 'on the wagon'?
I guess it could be, but we are calling our little operation Off The Wagon Brewing. Either way, cheers!
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Old 09-15-2009, 05:35 AM   #1215
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I still need to finish trimming out the drip trays and figure out something for the tap handles, but it's getting close!

So glad I went w/ Perlicks. Smooth as butter.


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Old 09-17-2009, 02:15 AM   #1216
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here's mine. found the freezer on craigslist for $40. only one tap so far, though there's room for six cornies in there if i put two on the hump.










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Old 09-17-2009, 02:32 AM   #1217
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I still need to finish trimming out the drip trays and figure out something for the tap handles, but it's getting close!

So glad I went w/ Perlicks. Smooth as butter.

It's only 13 hours from here to Austin...expect me for brunch (I'll have the beer please) and lace up your drinkin' shoes, because Thursday morning is the new Saturday night.
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Old 09-17-2009, 02:38 AM   #1218
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I still need to finish trimming out the drip trays and figure out something for the tap handles, but it's getting close!

So glad I went w/ Perlicks. Smooth as butter.

I'd get some thin wood sheeting (what ever they call that real wood stuff) and cover the rest of your freezer with it.

Looks pretty nice. I guess you are a busy brewer!
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Very nice. I went that route too and made my box way too large. I like yours. I've been saying I need to rebuild for a while, But it's so hard to disassemble a working keezer to put it out of commission. Even temporarily.
I like the mirror placement so you can watch the beer being poured from a different angle...I have the same kind of effect goin' on at my place, but not on my kegerator.
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I still need to finish trimming out the drip trays and figure out something for the tap handles, but it's getting close!

So glad I went w/ Perlicks. Smooth as butter.

That is what it's allllll about!


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