Once upon a time a home brewer in Bangor, ME (let’s call him Joshua) decided he wanted to have fresh, carbonated beer on tap in his own house. His lovely wife said, “Sure honey! That’s a reasonable request. I mean, it’s not like we just had a baby which comes with a whole new host of expenses. Sure! We can sink hundreds of dollars into your pet project!” (insert obvious sarcasm. Joshua’s wife really does like the idea, but it’s just so much more fun to be dramatic about it).
So one day Josh comes home with your standard dorm fridge and says, “Honey…it’s time.” One thing leads to another. More parts are ordered and by this time Josh is doing furious amounts of research to prepare for the big construction day.
We should stop at this point to note that Joshua is not, how you say, very skilled when it comes to the power tools. So he enlists the help of his father-in-law, trained carpenter and fellow beer lover, to assist him with the project.
And here my friends……is how you build a home kegerator.