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twin corney kedgerator build

Postby Nobbyipa » Wed Oct 01, 2014 16:14

look what arrived this aftey of Norman :D


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choice of gas :D

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smooth flow 70/30 and straight co2 tap
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getting it back down to 9c doors been open for ages
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Re: twin corney kedgerator build

Postby Joe1002 » Wed Oct 01, 2014 16:32

Excellent, you have room for two more taps on there, or a beer engine on the worktop :whistle:

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Re: twin corney kedgerator build

Postby johnsaunders » Wed Oct 01, 2014 17:03

You're living the dream Nobbyipa . Well my dream at least.

I wonder how much two corny kegs, a co2 cylinder and the required pipework and dispenser costs?

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Re: twin corney kedgerator build

Postby abeyptfc » Thu Oct 02, 2014 12:02

nice setup Nobby! what have I got on tap? punk by any chance?!!
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Re: twin corney kedgerator build

Postby AltonAnt » Thu Oct 02, 2014 12:20

cyberheater wrote:You're living the dream Nobbyipa . Well my dream at least.

I wonder how much two corny kegs, a co2 cylinder and the required pipework and dispenser costs?


2 x corney - £100-£150 (Norm has some new @£115 including disconnects) try ebay seller christow03. I have bought a few from him.
Quick release ball-lock disconnects - £15 or £20 with JG quick release
Lines 3/8" gas/beer about 50p per m
Gas bottle 6kg - from £22 depending on supplier
3kg may fit in your kegerator
CO2 regulator - £40ish (Norm again)
Taps - Perlick flow control are £55 each (from Norm) but many other available for much less.
Drip tray - £20

Mine nearly finished - I will add at least one more tap at some point.

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Re: twin corney kedgerator build

Postby andysale » Thu Oct 02, 2014 12:42

AltonAnt wrote:
cyberheater wrote:You're living the dream Nobbyipa . Well my dream at least.

I wonder how much two corny kegs, a co2 cylinder and the required pipework and dispenser costs?


2 x corney - £100-£150 (Norm has some new @£115 including disconnects) try ebay seller christow03. I have bought a few from him.
Quick release ball-lock disconnects - £15 or £20 with JG quick release
Lines 3/8" gas/beer about 50p per m
Gas bottle 6kg - from £22 depending on supplier
3kg may fit in your kegerator
CO2 regulator - £40ish (Norm again)
Taps - Perlick flow control are £55 each (from Norm) but many other available for much less.
Drip tray - £20

Mine nearly finished

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Who is Norm please?

I fancy building a kegerator sometime next year hopefully
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Re: twin corney kedgerator build

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Re: twin corney kedgerator build

Postby andysale » Thu Oct 02, 2014 12:46

Thanks AltonAnt
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Re: twin corney kedgerator build

Postby Nobbyipa » Thu Oct 02, 2014 13:26

abeyptfc wrote:nice setup Nobby! what have I got on tap? punk by any chance?!!




Had Amber punk that's gone :D

Now on tap xxxxx simcoe :drink:
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Re: twin corney kedgerator build

Postby AltonAnt » Thu Oct 02, 2014 14:13

Mmm Simcoe :cheers:
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Re: twin corney kedgerator build

Postby johnsaunders » Thu Oct 02, 2014 16:58

AltonAnt wrote:[2 x corney - £100-£150 (Norm has some new @£115 including disconnects) try ebay seller christow03. I have bought a few from him.
Quick release ball-lock disconnects - £15 or £20 with JG quick release
Lines 3/8" gas/beer about 50p per m
Gas bottle 6kg - from £22 depending on supplier
3kg may fit in your kegerator
CO2 regulator - £40ish (Norm again)
Taps - Perlick flow control are £55 each (from Norm) but many other available for much less.
Drip tray - £20


Thanks mate.

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Re: twin corney kedgerator build

Postby cononthebarber » Thu Oct 02, 2014 17:22

AltonAnt wrote:
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Where did you get that drip tray looks like a perfect addition to my kegerator :whistle:

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Re: twin corney kedgerator build

Postby BarnsleyBrewer » Thu Oct 02, 2014 17:27

Nice set-up.. :clap: :clap:
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Re: twin corney kedgerator build

Postby AltonAnt » Thu Oct 02, 2014 17:40

cononthebarber wrote:Where did you get that drip tray looks like a perfect addition to my kegerator :whistle:


Some was selling them on the forums. I think I saw it on Jim's but also here.
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Re: twin corney kedgerator build

Postby liamtmt7 » Thu Oct 02, 2014 19:22

Cracking setup Ant!!

Wish I had a kedgeator!
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Re: twin corney kedgerator build

Postby AltonAnt » Thu Oct 02, 2014 22:29

I received an email this evening from a new company selling kegs - http://www.kegkingdom.co.uk/
Prices look good.
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Re: twin corney kedgerator build

Postby krazypara3165 » Fri Oct 03, 2014 09:59

...Personally I would be wary unless you are collecting, business address is a house with a mobile number , no fax, and no Email....

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Re: twin corney kedgerator build

Postby AltonAnt » Fri Oct 03, 2014 11:08

I've just looked back through my purchase history (something that SWMBO must never see) and I bought the driptray from this guy over on Jim's but other than that I have no affiliation.
He has posted in the supplier forum over there including a 10% discount code.
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Re: twin corney kedgerator build

Postby cononthebarber » Fri Oct 03, 2014 11:10

OK cool will take a peek, I think someone else mentioned this seller over on jims as well :thumb:

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Re: twin corney kedgerator build

Postby rpt » Sat Oct 04, 2014 18:19

krazypara3165 wrote:...Personally I would be wary unless you are collecting, business address is a house with a mobile number , no fax, and no Email....

There is an email address - click on the envelope at the bottom. It could do with a real name plus mention of the right to cancel under the Distance Selling Regulations (or whatever they are now called).

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Re: twin corney kedgerator build

Postby AltonAnt » Sat Oct 04, 2014 19:23

A little peek inside

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Re: twin corney kedgerator build

Postby Trucker5685 » Tue Oct 21, 2014 11:23

Ive bought all my corny's (5) from The Malt Miller, brand new AEB kegs £80 each, £6 next day delivery, can't go wrong :thumb:

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Re: twin corney kedgerator build

Postby DethApostle » Thu Oct 30, 2014 14:20

Exactly the same here, 2 Cornies from Malt Miller at £80 and 1 from BrewUK for £81 (had a 10% off voucher).

Did anyone say where the driptrays came from? and how have you attached them to the fridge door?

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Re: twin corney kedgerator build

Postby haggis51 » Thu Jan 24, 2019 08:58

Hi Nobbyipa,
Looking through posts relating to pub gas, I noticed this one of yours. In your photo of “choice of gas”, you have 2 bottles similar to what I have just bought. Can you remember the type of fittings on the valves, the thread sizes, where you bought them from, or anything else about them? See my last post. Cheers,
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Nobbyipa wrote:look what arrived this aftey of Norman :D


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Image

choice of gas :D

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smooth flow 70/30 and straight co2 tap
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Image


getting it back down to 9c doors been open for ages
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Re: twin corney kedgerator build

Postby BarnsleyBrewer » Thu Jan 24, 2019 16:59

Hi,
Nobbyipa hasn't been on since 2015??
The one on the left is co2 that's got a female connection from the high pressure pipe, the other on the right is mixed gas which will be a male connection.. The latter mixed gas is also an higher pressure cylinder that will need an appropriate reg valve to handle 200bar...

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