|Perlick 'Perl' 575SS Sanitary Beer Faucet With Creamer|
I had picked up my kegging system complete with 5 pound aluminum Co2 tank, regulator with high and low pressure gauges and the assortment of tubing, valves and beer in and beer out ball locks needed for a kegging setup. I had also bought two 2.5 gallon kegs to hold my beer and initially put the whole setup, including a cobra picnic tap to serve the beer, inside my refrigerator. Things were now starting to get interesting the idea of having fresh homebrew on tap was awesome!
|Co2 Kegging System Tank, Gauges And Kegs|
|Perl Tap Mounted In Refrigerator Sidewall|
In order to mount the 2.5 inch beer shank in the refrigerator wall we used a 1 inch hole saw and an electric drill. We measured from the floor up to the center of the beer shank 41 inches, using an average person's comfortable pouring height, and marked the center of the hole.
|Use A 1 Inch Hole Saw To Drill The Shank Hole|
|Inside Shank Connection Shown With Beer In Tubing|
|Small Rubber Grommet In 5/8 Inch Hole For Gas Line|
|Keg, Gas And Beer Lines Are All Ready To Pour|
|Extra Room Inside The Refrigerator Is Another Benefit|
|The Perl Beer Faucet Dispenses A Perfect Poured Draft Beer Every Time|