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My outdoor bar.8950 viewsMy bar top is made of red river gum which has been sealed with a marine varnish. The serving fidge has two taps to accomodate the two kegs within. Bags
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Brewing shed9193 viewsMy fermentation fridge and cellaring fridge standing side by side in the garage.Bags
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Fermentation fridge9093 viewsMy fermentation fridge with the trusty fridgemate sitting on top.Bags
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Cellaring fridge10106 viewsMy cellaring fridge can cram six 19lt kegs in it.Bags
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Portable keg fridge8836 viewsThe portable keg fridge is an old plastic drum which has been lined with rubber for insulation. The beer tap and a hole for the co2 line has been added. Two to three bags of ice will generally last for 24 hours before a to up is needed.Bags
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The 0812steved Patented CCing Doohicky8708 viewsFor those of you unable to (or not allowed to) acquire a fridge for CCing, this is my baby.

It is watertight and is insulated with polystrene fruit cartons (and highly decorative duct tape). I fill it with ice in the morning and top up with 4 cups of ice in the afternoon. Each morning I syphon out the water (5L/day) for the dog or the garden.

In this (February) climate it keeps the beer at around 12c, but from Autumn to Spring it comes into its own - keeping the beer well below 10c, and not using as much ice.

It may be ugly (thanks for noticing) but it does the job. I can provide detailed plans for those who need them.......
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Gav after a few brews on a hot day9126 viewsgavinskiwa
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Label off a recent brew9179 viewsgavinskiwa
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Label off a recent brew8322 viewsgavinskiwa
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Label off a recent brew8409 viewsgavinskiwa
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Label off a recent brew8408 viewsgavinskiwa
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Ben Hamilton's Home Brewery15156 viewsThis is the brewery that my brother Tom and I built5 commentsbhami
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