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uisgue:
...if you have a kegerator that you can temporarily cannibalize.  This cost me about $15 for the shelves and $5 for the hinge.
http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=80921&id=1180967853&l=185bc41d28

Thirsty_Monk:
Link does not work for me.

tschmidlin:
Nice setup :)

The link worked for me - you might need to be logged in to a facebook account.

Steve:

--- Quote from: Thirsty_Monk on February 13, 2011, 09:38:31 PM ---Link does not work for me.

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I got right though to the linked album and I hadn't logged onto FB previously.


--- Quote from: uisgue on February 13, 2011, 08:40:21 PM ---...if you have a kegerator that you can temporarily cannibalize.  This cost me about $15 for the shelves and $5 for the hinge.
http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=80921&id=1180967853&l=185bc41d28

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Nice little setup. Saves on the expense of cold plates which can be the most expensive part of a jockey box even if you have to go out and buy the taps, shanks, etc. 

You have the kegs pre-chilled and then the ice keeps it cold?

phillamb168:
Are you running the beer lines through the icewater as well? I'd worry about how much they might warm up on the trip out of the keg, causing a bunch of foam. Seems like it poured ok though, that beer's got a beautiful color to it.

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