I read the how to at http://www.dennybrew.com/ when I did my first AG batch in August of 2005!
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Perfect. Right in the kitchen where it'll get the attention it deservesIt is actually in the basement. We just had it finished and the main room has a beer-centric theme. It is a walk-out basement. The sink is large and deep for cleaning kegs and carboys. The drawers hold brewing equipment and the brewing will be done on the patio, right outside (to the right of where this pic was taken).
Cool and very creative. It looks like you are using the same fridge with decorative cabinet doors in front. Does the top just lift off for access?Yes, it is the same chest freezer/kegerator in the "before" picture. The cabinet maker built a false front to hide the chest freezer, but left enough room for circulation. The false front slides out in case I need to pull out the entire kegerator. The "coffin" portion can be moved if I just want to take a peek in. The entire top comes off and can be slid onto the countertop next to it when I need to change kegs.
He recommended this for newer pros to keep from backing themselves into a corner when they can't score the hops the want.Correct. First time I had heard someone state that and now, this post. Maybe the beginning of a movement?