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Old 08-25-2010, 10:34 AM   #2001
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2000 Replies and I still don't know how I want to design mine!


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Old 08-25-2010, 10:53 AM   #2002
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2000 Replies and I still don't know how I want to design mine!
+ONE!
And with each picture it becomes less clear LOL


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Old 08-25-2010, 05:13 PM   #2003
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199 pages!
I know more about kegerators now than I would ever have thought possible...and now I have more questions, too!

Great job, everyone! The Irish coffin keezers are by far my favorites and something that beautiful is probably the only way SWMBO is going to allow a project like this in the house.

I look forward to posting shots of my first kegerator in a couple weeks.

Now, which way to manifold and regulator tutorials?
I am working on an Irish Coffin/ Kegerator right now. The way I got my SWMBO to sign off on it was to use a flower patterned tile for the top. It is really quite nice. It is a black tile and you can not see the pattern unless you walk up and look directly at it.


Going with this as the top, then a stainless steel subway tile for the irish coffin "backsplash". Wood will be stained in an espresso color to match my other furniture.
*pics of the completed kegerator will be posted once finished in a week or two.

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Old 08-25-2010, 06:57 PM   #2004
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I am working on an Irish Coffin/ Kegerator right now. The way I got my SWMBO to sign off on it was to use a flower patterned tile for the top. It is really quite nice. It is a black tile and you can not see the pattern unless you walk up and look directly at it.

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Old 08-27-2010, 01:58 PM   #2005
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Quite possibly the best internet forum thread I've ever read!
My kegerator died a month ago, so now it's time to replace it- as soon as we move into a new house. Getting some fantastic ideas.
No brewing until then.
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Old 08-28-2010, 02:12 AM   #2006
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I totaly agree!!!!!!
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three cheers for Flyin' Lion


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Old 08-28-2010, 03:40 AM   #2008
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Here's my tiki bar kegerator.

http://www.mcgowanspub.com/tikibar/PICT0157.jpg

Holds 9 kegs (7 5-gals, plus 2 2.5's on the hump). 5 regular plus 2 nitro faucets. I also keep 2 kegs of seltzer water cold for the post-mix soda gun and a cold plate in there for the pre-mix soda gun. And there's a chalkboard painted on the front for what's on tap.

The whole tiki bar project started as a something thrown together for a luau a few years back, and since then it's taken on a life of it's own. The kegerator is basically the back bar of the tiki bar.

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http://www.mcgowanspub.com/tikibar/PICT0162.jpg
http://www.mcgowanspub.com/tikibar/PICT0205.jpg
http://www.mcgowanspub.com/tikibar/PICT0166.jpg
Sweet. I've got some of those same tiki mugs. Awesome set-up.
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My new baby, still a work in progress, but I'll keep you guys updated along the way...



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Old 08-30-2010, 10:00 PM   #2010
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After selling my old 2-tap haier kegerator I've been working on my new kegerator and finally got the first two taps up and running this last weekend.

Its working pretty awesome, I can fit probably 10 cornies in there and a 20lbs co2 tank and about 300 bottles of beer.
I want to setup 4 more taps and build a drip tray. I found a nice price on a 19" drip tray but I need some kind of stand to screw to the front so I can set pints in it. I've been playing with Google Sketchup which is what I used for the above measurements. Looks like A 19" drip tray would work great, anyone know something that works with that or who makes something I could screw in to the front?


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