Lots of local breweries in CT. Any home brewers around? I've been homebrewing for over 10 years now.
Just built a keezer with 16 taps and a glass rinser. Right now there is only 8 taps since I got tons of cans and bottles in milk crates inside. Plus hardware is stupid expensive. CO2 and Nitro ("Beergas") gas systems. I have a two tap kegerator in addition but being used as a mini fridge currently. Not pictured is my 4 tap jockey box with custom wood logo. Beer, wine and ciders of all varieties. 12 ft custom bar with leds. White LEDs for the back shelves. Currently up to a 50 gallon serving capacity, and about 40 gallons of primary/secondary fermentation capacity.
I call myself Beer Baron Brewing, but my setup is a speakeasy by far! Embryon and X's & O's for entertainment too! Dont know the hashtag to that one.
Here is whats on tap below.
1. Green Apple Hard Cider - 6%ABV
2. Traditional Semi Sweet Cider - 6% ABV
3. Blueberry Honey Amber Ale - 6.5% ABV
4. NEIPA Citra/Mosaic - 7% ABV
5. Peanut Butter Porter - 6% ABV (Made with real pb nibs!)
6. Homemade Cream Soda
7. Chocolate Imperial Stout - 10.4% ABV (3yr old batch served on nitro with nitro faucet nozzle)
8. Bourbon Barrel Porter - 11.3% ABV (aged 4 months in oak barrels from local distillery surplus barrels)
Roscato (moscato/rosè blend)
To list the many dozens of craft beer cans and bottles is impossible for me. Suffice to say I got tons! Wife supports the homebrew hobby, even makes her own beer recipes that are gluten free!20180601_172925 (resized).jpg20180725_182922 (resized).jpgBEER-BARON-T-Shirt (resized).jpgtapatalk_1525230750558 (resized).jpegtapatalk_1525230767894 (resized).jpegtapatalk_1525230777681 (resized).jpeg