I purchased my first Kegerator! I brooded over this for a long time. I felt stuck and unable to move forward. My lovely and very supportive wife organized a group family purchase last Christmas consisting of kegs and spare parts. I was and still am so exited to have received this awesome gift from her and my family. What I really had trouble with, and ultimately slowed down my brewing over the past year was the ability to drink the beer in those kegs. I have previously posted pictures of a few kegs in our garage refrigerator, but ultimately it was not ideal to keep them in there as it takes a large amount of refrigerator space to keep our family fed over the course of a week. Large bulk overflow items like eggs, milk, pickles, meat, cheese, fresh vegetables, kids drinks, cases of commercial beer, birthday cakes, and brewing […]
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