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mullimat

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Haven't posted here in a while but that's because I've been hard at work with my mancave so I thought I would share because it's almost complete! Just finished my keezer and happy to announce that I have operational taps! Really been wanting to do this home bar for a while and now it's finally coming to fruition! Only things left to do are plumb sink, install countertop under taps, minor work behind bar, and stairs down to basement.

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Looks like you have a couple impressive wall hangers, there. What are they, out of curiosity?
 
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Cloudy brewer, both are replicas. Eventually may get the real thing. But they are charleville 1763 flintlock musket and a George Washington replica pistol.
 
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mullimat

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Btw all the brick was put up by me and my cousin. Previously, it was drywall. Including on the pillars.
 

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We recently got one of those electric fireplaces, but the wood isn't as dark. More like a walnut or something. Even the fire part is programmable. Big heavy thing too. My youngest son, the human tank, had to bring it in the house when it got delivered.
 
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It's thin brick. Put up cement board and lathe with scratch coat on the drywall previously there.
 
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Domminigan, it is chalkboard paint. Easy way to remind myself what's in each keg.
 
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