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JimiGibbs

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Still need to finish up the interior plumbing but the tower is on and I've got a keg in using a picnic tap. There are lots of great pictures of the process that helped tremendously so I didn't take any but I will show off the finished product..... :ban: :ban:
Thanks to all the great tutorials on the website.....
Jimi


 

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Looks just like mine...but I don't have the rails. I don't keep glassware on the fridge, so I have no need for 'em. Looks great, though. If you need a nice, cheap drip tray, check out barproducts.com. They have a tray that goes all the way across the fridge for $15. Other places (kegging supply places, as opposed to bar supply places) were charging $40+
 

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JimiGibbs said:
Ordered the drip tray. Thanks again Evan. Been looking at Northern for tap handles but that will probably be a while.......
Yeah, same here. $30/ea is a bit steep, especially when the ones I have now work fine...especially with my little label-maker making labels that fit perfectly on the handles.

Glad to help...I almost dropped the $$ on the more expensive tray when I ordered all my kegging stuff, but decided to wait for a sale or a deal and go with a towel in the meantime. Then I checked the kegging sticky and saw that, and was sold.
 

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