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Old 03-30-2008, 11:23 PM   #1
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Default My Keggerator Is Complete!

Well, except for enough full kegs to keep inside. It will hold 9 kegs + the CO2 cylinder, or 10 kegs with an external cylinder, plus a couple six packs or bottles of wine on the hump. I plan to keep the cylinder inside, and build a little platform to extend the hump, and lager a carboy in there.

It's not pretty, but it's mine, and it works!





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Old 03-31-2008, 01:04 AM   #2
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Very nice. 5 taps going at once....very nice.


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Old 03-31-2008, 01:10 AM   #3
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Nice. I built my Sanyo only a few weeks ago and already want more taps! I'll have to take it slow with SWMBO tho.
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Old 03-31-2008, 01:11 AM   #4
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Looks pretty to me.
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Very awesome. Barproducts.com for the $15 drip tray. Epoxy some nice shelf brackets on to the chest, then some velcro to hold the tray to the brackets. You'll get sick of the towel on the floor after a while ;-)

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All of a sudden I feel so inadequate!

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Well, except for enough full kegs to keep inside. It will hold 9 kegs + the CO2 cylinder, or 10 kegs with an external cylinder, plus a couple six packs or bottles of wine on the hump. I plan to keep the cylinder inside, and build a little platform to extend the hump, and lager a carboy in there.

What are the outside measurements of the freezer (without the collar) I just bought a 35"x49"x25" freezer and am trying to figure out what it will hold.

edit: I think it is an Amana

I have not picked it up yet and do not own any kegs yet so that's why I haven't just tried to see what would fit on my own.
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Very awesome. Barproducts.com for the $15 drip tray. Epoxy some nice shelf brackets on to the chest, then some velcro to hold the tray to the brackets. You'll get sick of the towel on the floor after a while ;-)

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Towel nothing...I went high tech with my initial "drip tray".

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Pretty. I'm starting to think about one soon.


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