How to Build a Keezer Style Kegerator
Your kegerator should add style to your place. It should turn heads and get people talking. The type of kegerator I will teach you to build, known as a keezer, will do just that. Then it’s up to you to fill it with great beer, but I’m sure you can handle that.
This page is the starting point for building your keezer. What follows are the three blog posts I wrote about the build as well as parts lists for the kegging setup I use. Make sure to scroll the the bottom of the page to check out pictures of the build as well as keezer picture submitted by readers who built theirs from my instructions.
- The blueprint for a badass kegerator
- How to build the keezer collar
- How to add a fan and other updates
Parts for the gas side
- 5 lb CO2 tank
- Dual gauge primary regulator
- 4-Way Co2 Manifold
- Red vinyl gas tubing (5/16″)
- Gas ball locks
- Flare nut and barb (1/4″ to 5/16″)
- Hose clamps
Parts for the beer side
- 5 gallon Cornelius keg
- 2.5 or 3 gallon Cornelius keg
- Perlick faucets
- Clear vinyl beer line (3/16″)
- 1/4″ swivel nut
- 1/4″ barb
- Faucet shank (4″)
- Tap handles
Other Accessories and Resources
- External thermostat
- Eva-dry Wireless Dehumidifier
- Carbonation chart pdf (Thanks PA_Jeff for finding this)
Pictures of other builds
It turns out I’m not the only one who wanted a stylish keezer. This build has inspired many more. Below are pictures of a few of them from people who have contacted me. If you built your own from my posts, get in touch and let’s share your keezer with the world.
Ask any questions below and I’ll do my best to answer them as soon as possible.