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Upright Keezer 6 Keger

Discussion in 'DIY Projects' started by Redcans83, 3/11/18.

 

  1. Redcans83

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    Posted 3/11/18
    Righto new guy here,
    Spent hours and hours on this forum over the last few weeks, changed my mind about ten times then but the bullet.
    Upright 288L F&P freezer came up on the Facebook picked her up for only $250, in real good condition .
    Spent a few more nights trawling this forum and heaps of others looking for inspiration, I didn’t really find much so started from scratch really.
    I did read that I should work out how many taps I want than allow for 1 more so I started from there. I ordered 2 Intertaps to start with those little buggers are expensive plus hose manifold, etc from Kegland.
    Next I picked up some timber and bits from the local hardware that is over 40 kms away this gets a bit tricky cos I’m always in a hurry so alway forget something, anyway 2 trips later and one to the Kmart for a metal shelf, and I had almost everything I needed to build a heavy duty shelf inside my new keezer
    Anyway pictures tell a thousand words. Turned out better then I expected I can easily fit 6 kegs and gas inside.

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  3. Pete Donohue

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    Posted 7/11/18
    Looks fantastic mate! Is there any reason you went with timber over something like aluminium?
     

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