Today I added the Chicago Bar Rail and the rest of the front to the bar:
Stunning, Great Job!!!!!!!!!
Ken also wants to know, how do you keep your tapped beer fresh? Nitrogen? N (on the periodic table or N 7 to be exact – yes my 2 cents) how long can the keg last?
The keg is kept fresh with a CO2 tank and should stay fresh about 3 months. If the keg is not drunk (ha ha ha) within the four months, than it starts to go bad. The keg must be kept between 38-40 degrees and under 10-12 lbs pounds of pressure. A keg equals 7 cases of beer, or about 200 12 oz servings.
Here are examples of equipment:
Brian and family – your home bar is coming along most exquisitely! I can’t wait to see pictures of the final result. Be sure to alert us when you’re completely done, up and running so we can see!
Thanks alot!! I will send pictures to you as soon as it is done! Hey-if you need me to test any products, I have no problems with being Kegworks.com’s guinea pig!
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