As I mentioned in a previous post, Santa came early for me. In early December my wife had me pick up my 8.8 cubic foot Frigidaire chest freezer from Olum’s. This got me started on my quest to build a proper kegerator, something I’ve been dreaming about for a while now.
One thing to note is that [...]
Broken tap hammer
I am not sure if “hammer” is the correct terminology (nor am I sure about any of the terms listed below, but it’s what I call the parts), but the part of the tap faucet that hooks to the tap handle and makes the beer flow broke on one of my taps. This [...]
So after this weekend’s fight with my tap setup over getting to my sump pump, I decided to make some changes. Initially I was concerned about making this move. I was worried that I would get into it and realize that it was a bad idea, or that it was not possible, or that [...]
Last week the brown mini fridge that cooled my kegerator finally died. This little warrior went through many years of college and then to my cold plate cooler, and finally was the engine to my kegerator. Now it’s gone. God’s speed little Buddy.
On to the future. My father had a mini fridge that he was [...]
Tonight I hit a big score on kegs. After Bryan – who started brewing with us last weekend – indicated he was wanted to skip bottling all together and go right into kegging because with an easy conversion he could have his kegerator serving homebrew. Because of his need for kegs and my getting close [...]