Monday, April 20, 2009

Kegerator Project

I was able to do all of this yesterday (Sunday). The biggest part was to tear apart this tank of a mini-fridge. Built in 1987 and with the family ever since then. This sucker has been in more dorm rooms than I can count on one hand. It's time for old woody to graduate to the kegerator. I already had the components ran in the bar for parties with an ice bucket, but because I'm brewing now, I'd like to keg my beer and enjoy it for a while. I took the components and sacrificed a drawer that kept my cigars. My brother and I insulated the hell out of the inside using a couple different styles of insulation and lots of duct tape (ghetto). Just needs a coat of paint and a keg. Let me know if you have any questions on it. Pretty cost efficient.

1 comment:

the side-kick said...

It's a good thing we're not cabinet makers. somebody would have some ghetto duct-taped panrty. The good news is, it looks good from the outside, and most importantly, it will keep beer cold. I think old woody is like a catapillar, that has now cacooned his way to become an awesome beer-chilling, party-throwing, drunken butterfly. I'm just glad this project is pretty much done, and look forward to the next. I think we're going to make some beer-making equipment soon.