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Kegging Setups

Discussion in 'Gear and Equipment' started by Doc, 2/3/03.

 

  1. Lionman

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    Posted 28/11/18
    Nearly finished my new keezer.

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  2. Stokesy

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    Posted 28/11/18
    Looks great mate
     
  3. altone

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    Posted 28/11/18
    Nice one! I've only got a 2keg 1 tap fridge that's almost dead :(
     
  4. nickshew

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    Posted 28/11/18
    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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    Posted 10/12/18
    43212A38-5DAF-4CC2-98EB-54E17104B2C1.jpeg This is mine just finished her she holds 6 cornies and co2 as well
     
  6. chesl73

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    Posted 11/12/18
    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.
     
  7. Stokesy

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    Posted 11/12/18
    That is a great idea
     
  8. altone

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    Posted 11/12/18
    Arrgghh! no! C3PO looks like this:
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    It kind of looks like R2D2 Hence the name.
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    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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  9. chesl73

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    Posted 11/12/18
    Ah yes, shame on me...how did I get that one wrong! :(
     
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    Posted 11/12/18
    That would make it a 'Bar-lek'
     
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    Posted 12/12/18
    And the bar-lek would say...
     
  12. chesl73

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    Posted 12/12/18
    We will intoxicate!
     
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    What model is that chest freezer? What's the internal dimensions?
     
  14. Chris Gillott

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    Posted 18/12/18
    That's what I'd like to know as well...
     
  15. Chris Gillott

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    Posted 18/12/18
    What model is that chest freezer? What's the internal dimensions?
     
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    Posted 18/12/18
    I went ahead and ordered a Westinghouse WCM2900WD (not the same as above). After measuring, it appears it will hold 6x 19L kegs.

    I'll report back here on how it goes!
     
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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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    Posted 10/2/19
    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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    Posted 10/2/19
    Nice setup mate, how do ya go lifting the full 50L kegs in?
     
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    Posted 10/2/19
    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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