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Kegerator build - Page 2

post #21 of 28
Heres my beer fridge it holds 1- 50 litre and 4 -19 litre and 1- 9 litre kegs
I have just added another tap
post #22 of 28
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Nice looking rig you have there!
post #23 of 28

good Job

that looks real nice nothing like a cold beer you made yourself
post #24 of 28
Wow... You are my new hero!

Great post!

Im going to brew this weekend now thanks to you!
post #25 of 28
Thread Starter 
Glad I could help!
post #26 of 28
So, you didn't say what style beer that is? I've been planning to build a kegerator, just waiting for a free fridge to fall in my lap... Brewing a simcoe/amarillo IPA this month. Can't wait!
post #27 of 28
Thread Starter 
The one I just did was an apple ale. Turned out great for my first all my friends really liked it. Thus why its already gone :(
post #28 of 28
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hip hip hurray!! FINALLY got my freaking parts in and was able to finish my kegerator up.

I think im over all pretty happy with it. I need to get a different fitting for my bare knuckle tap so it fits on the tap much better

Also I started my new hefe yesterday he is doing well sitting in the dark fermenting. I was getting worried usually after you pitch the yeast it takes off within a few hours. I woke up this morning and it was looking dead as hell.

So I had nightmares about it not taking off and that I somehow contaminated the beer or the ten million other things that could have gone wrong.

But I got back from class at 1 was about ready to get some dry yeast ready to go and went up to check it and it was going CRAZY! I was excited.

Here was the brew station.

Oh and this was what I was after but one up it

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