Are the bottle caps epoxied in, or is that grout? Hard to tell from photo.A work in progress slowed to a crawl by shelter in place orders. I got it rigged up to serve beer right before the gov shut down everything, but I still need to get the permanent gas lines ran, tap handles picked out, and wood stained.
The light changes color by voice control with Google/Alexa and Hue. "Hey Google, make the beer green!"
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I saw you had "All Together IPA". Post your beer name here:https://www.dropbox.com/s/qyki3mqoz1yr1b9/2020-04-25 13.56.12-1.jpg?dl=0
Here’s mine - not the prettiest but it works!!
I don't have all the parts together yet so no pictures sorry. I will be running a LPG BBQ regulator on my CO2 line and a check valve on the output of the corny keg when it arrives. I have read on here that it should work, if doesn't it's back to the drawing board.
Good gawd! That is some serious selection. Very impressive.
Glad to see you chained your CO2, but a 5 pounder? How often do you need to replace? Ever consider a 20?
Yup, that is a 20# tank. I used to keep my 50# tank on it, but it lasted about 9 years when on serving-only duties, so now I keep the 20# there for serving duties, and use the 50# for carbing. I have two 50# tanks and five 20# tanks. I used to have a whole range of sizes all the way down to 2.5#, but a while ago I decided to standardize to just the 20's and 50's.I could be wrong, but that looks like a 20 pounder to me. I had a steel 20 lb CO2 tank for some planted aquariums for a few years and that appears to be the same size.
Here is a wide angle shot of the cold side of the walk-in:Let's see the other side of the wall. The beauty is in the plumbing.
What's the difference in faucets? I notice yours are "fancier" than my standard one. Is it just that, fancy, or is there more beer science to it?