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Discussion in 'Home Bar' started by Mattmc1973, Feb 23, 2012.
Wow! I need to see your set up. How fast do you go through kegs? Very cool.
Actually i have a 6 tap keezer in the basement, then my old Danby in my office with the Root Beer and Founders Porter. Here's a couple older shots of my keezer when I was still building it out...very utilitarian, but it works for me. It's huge.
I got through the hoppier stuff fairly quickly. Lots of friends and family through on the weekends. My house is quite popular with the elementary and pre-school dads. LOL...
Wow, I bow to you. Awesome. If I had that set up I'd be unemployed and a total drunk. Kudos to a great setup.
If I was your buddy, I'd never leave that room! Nice set up
I'm picking up my 1/2 keg of Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale in the morning!
Dude! That is so sweet!
Just got this and tapped it. Getting a full keg of beer up my stairs was not fun but I'm sure it will be worth it! I even have the Celebration tap handle to go with the beer.
Northern English Brown Ale
Pale Ale with Rye
1896 Eldridge Pope AK
American IPA w/ Mosaic, Simcoe and Amarillo
American Xtra Pale w/ Mosaic and Citra and Centennial
Balcones Barrel Aged RIS
American Hoppy Wheat w/ Amarillo
Wow, a half of Celebration is impressive. Enjoy it. I'll get a Celebration sixtel when my Sweet Action kicks. My other side just kicked last night (SA Octoberfest) and I have Victory Harvest Ale on going on tomorrow.
Is that a magnum of celebration ?
I just got my conversion finished a few weeks ago and we are onto our second sixtel, the first was victory headwaters and i currently have celebration on tap.
The First Pic is what I had going on a few months ago, the Second Pic is what I have going on now. It seems my priorities are in need of a check...
First Pic: Phillips Blue Buck Amber Ale, Moon Under Water Sesson lager, Driftwood Fat Tug IPA, Islander Lager, Swans Witbier, Vancouver Island Brewery Summer Ale
Second Pic: Swans Coconut Porter
just got a converted refrigerator for 80 bucks. surprisingly most everything worked. Had to swicth out some lines and refill the CO2, but overall a good buy. So I only put some cheap (and in stock) stuff on at first because I knew I would have a some waste calibrating everything. I'm definitely going for something good next time.
Just finished up my Sixpoint Sweet Action (delicious by the way ) and just tapped a Pizza Boy Samurye.
Had an open spot, so this was necessary...
Forgotten Boardwalk Brewing - 1916 Shore Shiver IPA!!!!!!!!!
So jealous. This used to be a staple beer for me every year until they switched to the quarter kegs. Unfortunately I can't fit the quarters in my fridge so I can't buy Founders logs anymore.
Yeah..funny story there..I knew it was a 1/4 keg, and I already have a 1/6 keg of Pumking I'm trying to finish now. I figured "they'll both fit in there, I'm sure"......well....not exactly. So right now, my Pumking keg is just outside of the kegerator, and I'm just going to down it as fast as I can, I guess. If my kegerator didn't have some silly little shelf/ridge in the back of it, they'd both fit.
Haven't had the urge to throw on a log in a few months. Still have clean lines and CO2 though.
Just finished my two 5gal corny keg setup this weekend. Kegging a homebrewed pear & persimmon saison tonight. Can't wait to keg my Oatmeal Stout with cinnamon, vanilla bean and rose which was brewed this weekend as well.
Saltspring Island Ales Porter gettin' Tapped!
Finished my 1/2 keg of Sierra Celebration ale last weekend and picked up a 1/4 of Ballast Point Sculpin. Sculpin is pretty high dollar but it is really tasty.
Sculpin is really, really tasty. Well done.
Finished up my Victory Harvest Ale and put on a fresh Celebration. Wow, Celebration is really good this year. Very citrusy.
I have replaced Founders Porter and All Day with Founders Harvest (this was actually a while back...mostly gone) and Enjoy By 12/26.
Good think there's a couple weeks of vacation in my future...I've got a 12/26 deadline. Lol
Just tapped keg of mad elf
Hahah, yup better get cracking.....the keg will explode 12/26.
You have a keg of Harvest? So jealous.
I see your from pa, where do you buy your sixtels from normally? I live in lancaster and go to kirchners mostly.
I'm near King of Prussia in Montgomery County. I get them all at Exton Beverage in Exton PA in Western Chester County.
The Sculpin kicked last night so I picked up a 5 gallon keg of Sierra Nevada Bigfoot. Wow this stuff is good and potent!
Mmm, some nice BC beers on tap there. I really like Moon's Tranquility IPA and Fat Tug might be even better. Nice tap handle on the Moon pull, too. I know that Phillips makes some great beers, too, but I'm less familiar with them. I'll have to try a few more next time I head out west to visit my brother.
Man, this makes me sad that you can't buy kegs in Quebec. If I could get some Moralité or Pit Caribou American IPA on tap, that would be pretty sweet.
I had a keg of Bigfoot a few years ago. Delicious, but hard to finish that entire keg. Good luck!
Speaking of Canadian beers, how about a keg of Peche Mortel. How good would that be?
Thanks!! Moon Underwater's beers are definitely one of my Favs all year round - I got that Tap handle from Clay the Brewmaster there - which I think he was a little hesitant to give me c/ it was off his personal fridge at home . And the Phillips brewery is getting pretty big now pumping out beers super quick - same with Vancouver Island Brewery - not sure if they can even be considered Micro Breweries anymore...
Hoyne Dark Matter & Lighthouse Seaport Vanilla Stout
My god man, he has the tap handle, is there no rest for the weary?
founders breakfast stout!
MadTree Lift and Transient Chardonnay Barrel Obelus Galaxy on Brett
And the rest on that sticker don't sound too shabby either!