I have a keezer that's approx 900mm wide. Currently has 3 taps, with room for more. Potentially will have 6 by the end (keezer fits 6 kegs neatly).
What's good in a drip trap? I'll need wall mounted versions by the looks of it, but I'd rather not screw them on in case I hit the coils. I can just use some sort of hook, epoxy, or hang it down from the collar.
Ideally I'd like to get one that is freely draining, i.e. I can put on a pipe/hose and have it drain into the brewery drainage nearby. Or have one I can retrofit something to.
I've seen the sponsors are offering. Anyone got these, happy with them, etc? Anyone recommend anything else?
Before I (sadly) downsized to a 3-tap kegerator I managed to get along with a 500l keezer that held nine kegs & had four taps. I think I got my drip tray from this mob but it was a long time ago.
Anyway, the one shown is 500mm or so long & if you have a collar on your keezer then it's easy to make up two brackets to hold your drip tray. Brackets are screwed into your collar so there's no need to put holes in your baby. Do a Google if 500mm isn't long enough. something will pop up.
Beer o'clock at last & this Belgian Wit is going down nicely.
Edit --- Any splashback would be attached to the brackets by the taps at the top & the bottom held in place with a little self-adhesive velcro also attached to the brackets.
Last Edit: Jan 12, 2018 16:53:54 GMT 10 by TidalPete
'Twas TidalPete from UptheCoast who caught the all-grain craze, He turned aside the staid XXXX that served him many days.
Post by maltjunkie on Jan 12, 2018 18:19:01 GMT 10
The top 75mm of any freezer is clear of gas line (as a general rule, note the height of the screws for the hinges). If you had your taps on 75mm centers you'd be able to use 6 taps with the 500mm posted above.