It includes a KEGlove insulated sleeve and ice blanket, a CO2 regulator, a 20oz CO paintball tank with adapter and the hoses and fittings to attach to a keg. This should keep a keg cool for up to 24 hours outside of the kegerator.
I also smoked two pounds of pilsner malt with hickory chips and toasted 1/2 pound of malt as well.
Here is a picture of regular pilsner malt and then the toasted below it. I toasted it at 350ºF for 1 hour. The smoked malt was split into two 1 pound amounts and wrapped in burlap and put in the smoker for a couple of hours. It darkened a little but not as much as the toasted malt.
The third project for this weekend was my first attempt at a home made tap handle. Tap handles cost $30+ for even the most basic handle. The one I made cost just over $5.
- 1 - Pine block - $1.48
- 1 - Pine spindle - $1.98
- 1 - 1/4" dowel pin - $0.10
- 1 - Tap Handle Ferrule - (Lowe's Part# 137397) - $1.51
- Paint of your choice - ???