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jgriffin

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One of my customers is about to rip out a bar in a cinema, and build a new one in a new part of the building. They will be basically throwing everything out, so i'm trying to scavenge anything worthwhile (wonder if i can fit a stainless bench in my car...)

Anyway, apart from the taps, any post-mix setups etc, is there anything special i should be looking for that will be of use in a home keg setup? Anything expensive to buy that they will probably have?
 

Doc

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I'd be keeping my eye out for any regulators, temp gauges, disconnects, cleaning kegs on top of the normal beer fonts, taps, drip trays etc.

Beers,
Doc
 

Hoops

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Anything stainless that's shiny :lol:
I would take as much as you can and sort it out later! :D
Like Doc says - taps, drip trays, regs, disconnects, keg couplers
(I would hire a trailer for the day :p )
 

JasonY

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haha anything that isnt welded down! :p Could even score some empty kegs :) great for brewery extentions.
 

Snow

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Jgriffin,

I just noticed you're from Western Brisbane, as am I. If you need some help cleaning out that bar, I'd be more than happy to lend a hand, especially as I'm rebuilding my home bar. Could use a font...... ;)

Cheers - Snow
 

jayse

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I think most things are covered here already.
Maybe try and score some glass wear if there getting new glasses aswell.

Oh yeah a barmaid would be a good score. ;)

Cheers Jayse
 

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