Keezer Build With Pictures

HomeBrewTalk.com - Beer, Wine, Mead, & Cider Brewing Discussion Community.

Help Support Homebrew Talk:

beecha

Member
Joined
Apr 24, 2009
Messages
18
Reaction score
0
After finding out that I couldn't post pictures on this website I went and signed up for photo bucket so I could share this project with you guys.







Updates soon! Enjoy!
 

mnadamn

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 14, 2008
Messages
353
Reaction score
3
Location
Milwaukee WI / Mankato MN
If you click on insert image on the top part of the message box, you can put the link of the image in there to insert it on the forum....




 
OP
B

beecha

Member
Joined
Apr 24, 2009
Messages
18
Reaction score
0
Thanks that looks a lot better and easier to navigate
 
OP
B

beecha

Member
Joined
Apr 24, 2009
Messages
18
Reaction score
0
Here are some updates








I clicked on the Insert Image and this is what I get so I dont know what is going on!
 

tipicreeper

Well-Known Member
Joined
Dec 7, 2008
Messages
191
Reaction score
4
Location
Arizona
Very nice build. Looking forward to more pics.
FYI, If you rest your curser on the image in photobucket then a drop down menu occurs. The forth line is the "img code" just copy & paste that line into your post.
Cheers.
-David
 

AJ_in_HD

Well-Known Member
Joined
Feb 15, 2009
Messages
117
Reaction score
4
Location
Philly
Here are some updates








I clicked on the Insert Image and this is what I get so I dont know what is going on!
Nice job! The reason the images are not appearing for you is that there is a minimum number of posts required before this will work. I believe it's on the order of 25 posts. After that posting pics will work without any problem.

Cheers.
 
OP
B

beecha

Member
Joined
Apr 24, 2009
Messages
18
Reaction score
0
Its 5.5cu ft freezer and it will hold three cornies but I only had one tap to start off with. Hopefully I can empty kegs fast enough to warrent getting another tap or two. I am just finishing up on placing the tiles and will grout later on today so ill post up some pictures later today or tomorrow.
 

bruin_ale

Well-Known Member
Joined
May 7, 2009
Messages
1,401
Reaction score
25
Location
Campbell, CA
You don't need to be able to empty the kegs fast enough, it's filling them up that's important. The more styles on tap the better. I like hoppy beers, my wife likes stouts, some of my friends like more mild stuff - you get the picture.
 
Joined
Nov 6, 2007
Messages
62,016
Reaction score
6,916
Its 5.5cu ft freezer and it will hold three cornies but I only had one tap to start off with. Hopefully I can empty kegs fast enough to warrent getting another tap or two. I am just finishing up on placing the tiles and will grout later on today so ill post up some pictures later today or tomorrow.
is definitely not the problem to justify muliple taps. It's keeping them filled. I planned a 3 tap one and built it. I'm having a hard enough time keeping one constant.
I started brewing what I though other people would enjoy. Screw that. I'm the one brewing and doing all the work. I'm brewing what I want to drink. SWMBO will drink it all and be happy and screw my firends. If they want beer they can drink what I have or bring their own. If I get to the point of 4-5 kegs in the pipeline, maybe I'll consider a group friendly brew. But I doubt it.
 
OP
B

beecha

Member
Joined
Apr 24, 2009
Messages
18
Reaction score
0
I have finished the top portion of the keezer with the tiles and grout. I also threw a Hazelnut brown in there to make sure the draught system works as it should.




 
OP
B

beecha

Member
Joined
Apr 24, 2009
Messages
18
Reaction score
0
regular size glass fit under the tap but anything taller than a normal glass wont. I should have made the coffin box taller but live and learn.
 
Top