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Offline jeffy

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Re: Not Pretty, but mine
« Reply #15 on: January 26, 2011, 04:00:10 pm »
I am certainly not going to post pictures of mine.  I have 8 c-kegs all crammed into a chest freezer, each one with a picnic tap attached.  Not all pretty like yours is.
Jeff Gladish, Tampa (989.3, 175.1 Apparent Rennarian)
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Offline Mark G

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Re: Not Pretty, but mine
« Reply #16 on: January 26, 2011, 09:24:35 pm »
I am certainly not going to post pictures of mine.  I have 8 c-kegs all crammed into a chest freezer, each one with a picnic tap attached.  Not all pretty like yours is.
The sheer number of kegs makes it pretty.
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Offline jeffy

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Re: Not Pretty, but mine
« Reply #17 on: January 26, 2011, 10:03:49 pm »
I am certainly not going to post pictures of mine.  I have 8 c-kegs all crammed into a chest freezer, each one with a picnic tap attached.  Not all pretty like yours is.
The sheer number of kegs makes it pretty.

Plus it's fun to blend them.
I need to drink up - I've got a keg of Rye IPA waiting its turn.
Jeff Gladish, Tampa (989.3, 175.1 Apparent Rennarian)
Homebrewing since 1990
AHA member since 1991, now a lifetime member
BJCP judge since 1995

Offline jklinck

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Re: Not Pretty, but mine
« Reply #18 on: February 08, 2011, 09:22:18 am »
I am certainly not going to post pictures of mine.  I have 8 c-kegs all crammed into a chest freezer, each one with a picnic tap attached.  Not all pretty like yours is.
The sheer number of kegs makes it pretty.

Plus it's fun to blend them.
I need to drink up - I've got a keg of Rye IPA waiting its turn.

Thanks for reminding me, I've been meaning to brew a Rye IPA for a while.
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