Building a brewing system

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Booka
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Re: Building a brewing system

Postby Booka » Fri Jul 22, 2011 8:04 pm

Or if I recall right, he lives just a couple miles north of me off of 85th, so we could use my truck too.

PM me if that is the option you want ( and if it is really a heavy beast, we may need another set of hands, but I should be good to load it)

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smittex
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Re: Building a brewing system

Postby smittex » Sat Jul 30, 2011 1:19 pm

The keggerator is now at the HF! First thing we need to do is replace the beer in it. Ill throw in a twenty to get new beer (please no Coors.) Any suggestions on modifications? I'd like to see it pour colder beer and get it hooked up to the LAN.

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Re: Building a brewing system

Postby idris_arslanian » Mon Aug 08, 2011 8:40 am

Checked out the keggerator, looks really nice. I think we should look into seeing if we can split the beer line so that you can hook up either Sanke kegs (Standard) or Cornelius kegs (Homebrew). If we can get it to accept Cornys we could also fit at least 2 if not 3, 5 gal kegs in there, which would be sweet.


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