Tried it out this weekend. I ended up wasting a whole 5 gallon keg getting all my leaks taken care of! (tried using what I had laying around the garage). After a trip to Lowes to redo the beer out fitting on the tap to match my 3/8 hose along with some proper sized hose clamps. I got the leaks taken care of but the keg was empty and spitting nothing but foam. Very sad because it tasted so good. BUT WAIT! The seconds mystery keg was the same nectar. YES! Took it to my buddy's. Wasn't a very big hit with the redneck crowd that was there (nobody would try it cause it was too dark, yes my pale ale was too dark) *shakes head*. But me and my buddy had a good time drinking 2/3 of it. The 25ft of copper worked great for cooling. Not going to be changing anything for the music fest run of my wit. I also am pleased to have a couple gallons left on tap on my back porch just waiting for me to come home.
This gave me a little taste of how awsome it will be to have beer on tap in my bar. How freaking sweet.
Only concern was that there seemed to get a lot of air in the line. Between pours the line would get an empty spot in it. Not sure how that was happening.
Tap Room Hobo
I should have stuck to four fingers in Vegas.