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I'm a home brewer in Georgia and am planning a trip to Texas in September (via auto).  I'd like to take a couple of corny kegs of home brew to share with friends and colleagues.

Does anyone know if it's ok (or not ok) to transport home brew across state lines from Georgia, through Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana, to Texas?

Thanks in advance for your comments!

Kegging and Bottling / How Full Should We Fill Our Kegs?
« on: June 17, 2012, 12:45:09 PM »
We've just built a new Keezer (new to kegging) and I'm wondering how full we should fill the kegs.

The Keezer will hold three 5 gallon and one 2.5 gallon corny kegs and I'm thinking that they shouldn't be filled all of the way to the top (i.e. 2.5g in the 2.5g keg) to leave some headroom for the CO2.  However, I'm not sure :(

Pimp My System / Re: Sharing my keezer
« on: May 20, 2012, 04:51:18 PM »
Wow, what an awesome looking keezer!

I'm motivated to build a similar one (as long as you don't mind too much!) and am trying to understand how you mounted the top to the freezer.  Did you leave the original freezer lid in place and put the plywood on top or did you replace the original lid with the one you crafted?

Assuming there is still hinge action, If there is, I'm concerned about the area where the "top" meets the sides and how you keep the two areas from binding.  Is the hinge in the front or rear of the unit?

Is the unit you built deeper than the freezer or the same depth (front to back)?  My original thoughts were to make it deeper but if it's the same depth that might help to explain things.

Some detailed photos would be awesome@

Thanks in advance, jason.

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