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nickshew

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I needed to make my keg setup mobile for a party last year. The result, R2Beer2. Double skinned esky made from 209 litre barrel, dustbin, insulation foam and bits of plumbing with a soda stream gas supply built in. Takes 25 litre kegs. Worked a treat.
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Mate - that thing looks like C3PO from Starwars! Next mod is to put a small engine in it and have it walk around on wheels.
Arrgghh! no! C3PO looks like this:



It kind of looks like R2D2 Hence the name.



Hasn't everyone seen those movies hundreds of times like me? No? Oh!

I want to make one that looks like this:
 
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Hey Brewpeeps,
Thought id share an update on my new keezer build. Struggled with a 6 keg fridge, and the mrs drinks a shit tonne of soda water, so bit the bullet and upscaled.

Westinghouse 700L freezer, with a custom steel frame underneath on wheels so I can move the behemoth around.

Designed to take 2 x 50L kegs, 6-8 x 19L & 2 x 9.5L cornies.

Micromatic secondary regs to control each 50L keg and the larger cornies all setup through a main line system.

5 of Perlick 650SS flow controls to finish off.

Just need to arrange a drip tray, thinking of running a 1500mm shower drain across the front. Any other suggestions?

Cheers
Caney
 

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Hey Brewpeeps,
Thought id share an update on my new keezer build. Struggled with a 6 keg fridge, and the mrs drinks a shit tonne of soda water, so bit the bullet and upscaled.

Westinghouse 700L freezer, with a custom steel frame underneath on wheels so I can move the behemoth around.

Designed to take 2 x 50L kegs, 6-8 x 19L & 2 x 9.5L cornies.

Micromatic secondary regs to control each 50L keg and the larger cornies all setup through a main line system.

5 of Perlick 650SS flow controls to finish off.

Just need to arrange a drip tray, thinking of running a 1500mm shower drain across the front. Any other suggestions?

Cheers
Caney
Love the use of structural timber beams as the collar. That lid isn't going to collapse on the collar is it! hahaha
 

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Its a little difficult with a full one, but can be done with the help of the mrs.
My plan is to fill them in situ, just need to setup my new fermenting rig, so I can do pressurised transfers from the brewtech chronical to keg.
 
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