Interesting diary   1 vote - 50 %
WTF are you doing, you idiot?   2 votes - 100 %
2 Total Votes
I approve of a tap system at home by georgeha (4.00 / 1) #1 Thu Jun 04, 2009 at 10:11:53 AM EST
it's much greener too, no empties to recycle.

I agree by Gedvondur (2.00 / 0) #2 Thu Jun 04, 2009 at 10:50:13 AM EST
And actually the environmental savings will be in Seltzer bottles, not in beer bottles.  I keep all of my commercial bottles that don't have twist-offs for brewing.  But I always have a million seltzer bottles laying around.  This eliminates those. 

I just gotta buy a dual-tap tower and some Perlick or Shirron forward sealing faucets and we are golden.  Well, that and a dual regulator.  Seltzer gets a LOT more pressure than beer does.  


"...I almost puked like a pregnant StackyMcRacky." --MillMan
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what the hell by LilFlightTest (2.00 / 0) #3 Thu Jun 04, 2009 at 07:16:38 PM EST
is with summer this year? It's freakin' June and I feel like I can't leave my houseplants out overnight yet!

also, we have a chain-link AND a picket. the chain link mostly has a virginia creeper on it, but i'm removing that bit by bit, and replacing it with Clematis. last night i had to remove some...with a hatchet (it's that bad). The picket, we grow morning glories on. they're both nice...the chain link has more potential though.
if de-virgination results in me being able to birth hammerhead sharks, SIGN ME UP!!! --misslake

Black vinyl coated chain link by marvin (4.00 / 1) #4 Thu Jun 04, 2009 at 09:53:08 PM EST
We use it for all of our pump stations and reservoirs at work. These things tend to be on the top of hills, right next to the most expensive view lots in the neighbourhood. The black vinyl coating makes for a fairly unobtrusive fence.