Tighten the crap out of your fittings!

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scsi

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Or... Don't tap kegs after you've been drinking.


Unless you want that delicious Hefe you just tapped to flood your Keezer. *sob*

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well at least it looks like you caught it before it filled the keezer! Unless that picture is from after the majority of cleanup.

It looks like you avatar does not approve either...
 
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Luckily for me, it was only about half the keg. That was all that spilled out, looks like a hair under 3 gallons.

On the bright side, the Keezer smells delicious....?
 

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I am terrified of this occurring in my kegerator since it's a mini-fridge style and sits in the corner of my living room. :drunk: I am actually in the process of adding a picnic tap to run a second keg, but not until I am 100% convinced in the reliability of those cheap plastic taps.
 

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I've had that happen before.. sucks.. I was so glad for my shopvac that day. Cleanup was simple, but painful to lose all that tasty brew.
 
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