Wooo A Kegerator is Born!

Over the next couple months we will be turning a full size fridge into a 4 tap kegerator.  Don’t worry we will keep you on top of the situation.  Thanks to CL for making the purchase a possibility and now reality.  Last night during the storm Mark and I moved the fridge into the house.  And of course it couldn’t be simple.

8:43pm We show up to view the fridge.

8:48pm Realize the fridge is perfect and start taking doors off hinges to get it out of the basement.

9pm  Fridge is loaded into the back of the truck.  First flash of lighting is spotted.  Also, low fuel light comes on in truck.

9:10pm  Stop to get gas.  Mark checks iphone for weather…….big red spot approaching downtown.

9:19pm  First sprinkles of rain appear when we are about 3mins from house.

9:23pm  Park truck and start to get fridge out of the bed.  It starts to pour!  Did I mention the lighting yet?

9:30pm  With the use of headlamps, plywood (that will evenly be used for a cornhole set) and a little muscle we get the 24″ wide fridge past the 24.1″ gap between the house and the neighboor’s cinder block retaining wall.

9:40pm  Using the plywood we push the fridge up over the basement threshold and into place in the basement.

9:41pm  Rain stops…………

So if you have experience with kegerator construction and maybe fridge painting drop us an email.

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2 responses to “Wooo A Kegerator is Born!

  1. Guess I should have come over and helped out. At least now that plywood is probably unuseable and Mary can get off your back about building the cornhole set.

  2. If that fridge hadn’t come with wheels on the bottom, I would have killed Jake for signing me up this project.

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