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Old 01-15-2009, 12:27 AM   #1
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Does anyone have a beer meister in their TT. I have been thinking how I can put mine in the 5erand have a tap on the outside too, so I don't have to keep going inside.



Anyone's input (positive please)would be appreciated.
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Old 01-15-2009, 08:25 AM   #2
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This has got to be a Denny thing!
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Old 01-15-2009, 08:27 AM   #3
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Since I got the 5er I have been talking about it.
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I put a Dorm Fridge in basement..Use it as the "Beer Fridge" Works well... I keep it set ona very cold setting....Oh Yeaaaa
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Old 01-15-2009, 09:49 AM   #5
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I don't have a beer meister in mine but I did put a 10 bottle wine fridge in, great addition,
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Old 01-15-2009, 09:51 AM   #6
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I have a dorm fridge, but the beer meister holds more for less.
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Old 01-15-2009, 10:48 AM   #7
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Does anyone have a beer meister in their TT. I have been thinking how I can put mine in the 5erand have a tap on the outside too, so I don't have to keep going inside.



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George, why don't you just put a long hose on the keg instead of going to all the hassle of running a tap through the side of the 5er?
That way you could have it with all the time.
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I put a Dorm Fridge in basement..Use it as the "Beer Fridge" Works well... I keep it set ona very cold setting....Oh Yeaaaa


I keep our fridge in the hose on a very cold setting. Susan gets mad because she claims it damages her lettuce, fruits, ect. I tell when she turns the thermostat up it ruins my beer!!! I usually win that battle!
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Depending upon how much spade you have you might be able to modify a cube size fridge to fit a 1/4 barrel. You could also just use a big tub with ice. As for the dispensing part, www.beveragefactory.com sells conversion kits. You could buy a kit and drill a small (1/2 inch) hole through the basement storage door and mount the tap to the door. You could then be able to open the door. I have thought about putting my kegerator downstairs, but the problem is keeping the line cold from the refrigerator (or cooler, or whatever) to the tap. It woudl pretty much mean your first beer will be warm no matter what . The beer ball has been making a comeback which gives you less quantity but is easier to work with and may fit in a dorm sized fridge. But the nice thing about a kegerator is NOT having to pump the keg.
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I already have a Meister. It just might make it to the 5er this summer. I tell the DW that it can be our table between the chairs.
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Old 01-15-2009, 11:50 PM   #11
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I already have a Meister. It just might make it to the 5er this summer. I tell the DW that it can be our table between the chairs.


Now that is a great idea....you wouldn't even have to get up for a refill.
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Old 01-16-2009, 01:15 AM   #12
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What exactly is a Meister?

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Old 02-01-2009, 11:14 PM   #13
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why not get the extra long line and instead of running the tap through your wall mount it in a cooler that you can move where you want it and keep a little ice in the cooler to cool down that first glass as it comes out. trucks aside we have beer in common

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Im hoping george is comming to the factory rally. We could use more beer!!!! Whatever Kind he brings is alright with me!! Ill be bringing MGD!!!!!! id like to see this mod when he gets it done!
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Well it made it to the 5ver!! Now to figure out how to get the 1/2 keg in it. I might have to settle for 1/4 kegs. Since back surgery only allowed to lift 80 lbs now, 1/2 keg is like 160-170 lbs. Well, leaving tomorrow and going to a local campground for 2 weeks,willpost how it works out.
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Post some pics if you can. I would love to see how it looks!!
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Hopefully, it is Yeungling beer.....PA's best and the USA's oldest.

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Well I thought I would post an update on this. The beer meister made it to the 5ver and to the campground, but when it was plugged in...it didn't work. (would not get cold ) It was removed and I am just buying cases like everyone else. The CO2 regulator put a hole in the cooling thing in the back of the refrigerator from movement and lost the refrigerant. It was going to cost 1/2 as much as a new one to repair. I ended up selling it for a couple bucks to buy some cases. Oh well I tried. It might of worked better if it were a new meister, not a 12 year old one!!
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Gosh How Sad!!!!! I so sorry to hear about your loss....
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