Davidm at the other placeI'm sure I'd seen it on here, but I can't find it now
Who's keezer had PVC pipe risers that had the beer lines running through it to clean it up really nicely?
I'm building my new 8 keg keezer and would love to do this to tidy up the lines
kegerator in wine barrel
not sure whether or not this is the right place to put this but seems u guys are the beer experts, (i am an expert, but only at the drinking side)
tryn to fit kegerator into a wine barrel
wine barrel is approx height: 75cm diameter: 52cm
any advice on fridge size and the correct keg size to pair with this will b very much appreciated
yeah k thanks for that.. got a mate who is doing a full bar setup with three oil drums. He is taking apart a couple of fridges and lining the inside of the drums with copper pipe to keep it cool.I cant see any kegerator designed to take full sized kegs fitting in that wine barrel of those dimensions.
I think your best bet is to install an ice well and then use a cold plate like this:
Specifications- Size: 26cm x 38cm x 2.5cm Thick - 6.5kg Aluminium Casting with large thermal mass - 5 meters OD x 4mm ID diameter per 304 stainless tube - Includes 4 mounting holes if you want to install your plate Performance CharecteristicsWith 20C ambient beer temp and flow rate through the...www.kegland.com.au
so you will have to keep ice in the ice well while you want to dispense beers
We have started working on a mini kegerator to take 8L kegs. This might fit into your barrels but this is still more than 12 months away so I can't give too much away on this new product.yeah k thanks for that.. got a mate who is doing a full bar setup with three oil drums. He is taking apart a couple of fridges and lining the inside of the drums with copper pipe to keep it cool.
i might end up doing that but would hav rathered just buy a full kegerator setup and fit it into the barrel.. but it is just too small which is a bummer..
those plates are cool (hehe) but would rather a setup that doesnt require ice for cooling.
“Here is my setup built on a Kegland Series 4 fridge. “Here is my setup built on a Kegland Series 4 fridge.
No pics of the build sorry as I really didn't know what I was doing. I am a sparky by trade and I hadn't done any woodwork since high school. It's an Angram clamp on style hand pump. I plan on using corny kegs with a LPG regulator acting as a cask breather and check valve on the outlet. There is a divider in the coffin box to seperate the hand pump from the normal taps so I can use the font fan and not frost my fridge up.“Here is my setup built on a Kegland Series 4 fridge. “
WOW I’m impressed, do you have any pics of the build, info on type of beer engine you used and how you set it up?
Great job Ragewood, this is just what I need!