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|model = N/A
 
|model = N/A
 
|serial = N/A
 
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|arrived = 9/2012
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|arrived = 9/2012, Renovated 3/2019
 
|doesitwork = yes
 
|doesitwork = yes
|contact = Ryan Pierce
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|contact = [[User:jcmertz | Joe Mertz]]
|where = Lounge
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|where = Kitchen
 
|value = $1,200
 
|value = $1,200
|image = Bar.jpg
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|image = drinkingstation.jpg
|hostarea = General Area}}
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|hostarea = Kitchen Area}}
  
 
== Rules ==
 
== Rules ==
  
# If you aren't certified, don't even open the fridge.
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# Only authorized bartenders are allowed to pour.
# Don't drink all the beer, that's rude. If you're looking to get hammered go buy a 30rack of PBR.
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# Authorized bartenders will be required to complete an approved BASSET Certification course.
# Don't drink the beer if you aren't 21 or older. Just.. come on. Don't.
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# Bartenders must not serve minors or anyone visibly intoxicated.
# If beer is on tap, you don't have to be certified to help yourself. Pull forward for beer, push to add head. Please pour water in the drip tray when you're done and empty the bucket under the bar (and very importantly, put it back after).
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# Drinking Station: One is not allowed to sell alcohol. As such the staff does not accept tips. Appreciation shown in the form of added donations to the bar is encouraged.
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# Donations will be accepted and used to further Drinking Station: One's mission by paying for: alcohol, cleaning supplies, consumables, equipment, and upgrades
  
Further rules later, this is just a start at writing things down about the bar.
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Please send any keg requests, event inquiries, bartender applications, or general questions to bar@pumpingstationone.org
  
== How To Clean Taps ==
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== Capacity ==
  
TBD upload photos and put them on here, step by step instructions.
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The current kegerator holds the cold plate for the carbonator and leaves room for two 5-gallon kegs. It is set up for 1 ball lock Cornelius "corny" soda keg and one commercial Sankey keg (1/6 barrel size).
  
=== Cleaning History ===
 
  
Incomplete. Should probably be more complete.
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== Providing a Keg for an Event ==
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If you are interested in having Drinking Station: One serve something specific at your event, or plan on hosting a large number of people, it is polite to provide a keg. We can accommodate a single 1/2 barrel "Full" keg in an Ice Bucket behind the bar. Please alert bar@pumpingstationone.org as soon as possible, to coordinate. 
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== Logs ==
  
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=== Draft History ===
 
{| class="wikitable" border="1"
 
{| class="wikitable" border="1"
 
! When
 
! When
! Who
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! Tap 1
! What
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! Tap 2
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|-
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|2019-03-01
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|style = "background-color:#c5c5c5;"|[[PS:1 Club-Mate]] v1 - Brewed by Joe M.
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|Empty
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|-
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|2019-03-02
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|style = "background-color:#c5c5c5;"|[[PS:1 Club-Mate]] v1 - Brewed by Joe M.
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|style = "background-color:#c5c5c5;"|[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pabst_Blue_Ribbon PBR] - 1/2 Barrel From Drew R. (On Ice)
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|-
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|2019-03-05
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|Empty (Keg Kicked)
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|Empty (Keg Kicked)
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|-
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|2019-03-07
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|style = "background-color:#c5c5c5;"|[[PS:1 Club-Mate]] v2 - Brewed by Joe M.
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|style = "background-color:#c5c5c5;"|[https://revbrew.com/beer/core-cans/cross-of-gold Revolution Brewing: Cross of Gold] - 1/6 Barrel Purchased by DS:1
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|-
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|2019-03-12
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|style = "background-color:#c5c5c5;"|[[PS:1 Club-Mate]] v2 - Brewed by Joe M.
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|Empty (Keg Kicked)
 
|-
 
|-
|2013-02-24
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|2019-03-13
|Eric & James
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|style = "background-color:#c5c5c5;"|[[PS:1 Club-Mate]] v2 - Brewed by Joe M.
|Cleaned tap 1 fully and put [[Beer 2013.02]] on tap 1. Tap 2 is soaking the line in PBW water, since it had yeast caked all of it. Don't use it.
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|style = "background-color:#c5c5c5;"|[https://revbrew.com/beer/core-cans/cross-of-gold Revolution Brewing: Cross of Gold] - 1/6 Barrel Purchased by DS:1
 
|-
 
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|2013-03-06
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|2019-03-19
|Eric
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|Empty
|Took [[Beer 2013.02]] off tap 1 and flushed tap 1 with sanitizer water repeatedly - left sanitizer in line. Tap 2 is soaking the line in PBW water, since it had yeast caked all of it. Tap 1 is good to go, Tap 2 needs more cleaning.
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|style = "background-color:#c5c5c5;"|[https://revbrew.com/beer/core-cans/cross-of-gold Revolution Brewing: Cross of Gold] - 1/6 Barrel Purchased by DS:1
 
|-
 
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|2013-03-24
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|2019-03-21
|Eric
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|Empty
|Took [[Beer 2013.03]] off tap 1 and flushed tap 1 with sanitizer water repeatedly - left sanitizer in line. Tap 2 is soaking the line in PBW water, since it had yeast caked all of it. Tap 1 is good to go, Tap 2 needs more cleaning.
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|Empty (Keg Kicked)
 
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|2013-06-04
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|2019-03-24
|Matt Triano, Tucker Tomlinson
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|style = "background-color:#c5c5c5;"|[[PS:1 Club-Mate]] v3 - Brewed by Joe M.
|Filled both lines with PBW.
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|style = "background-color:#c5c5c5;"|[https://metrobrewing.com/beers Krankshaft Kölsch] - 1/6 Barrel Purchased by DS:1
 
|-
 
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|2013-08-30
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|2019-03-29
|Ryan Pierce
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|style = "background-color:#c5c5c5;"|[[PS:1 Club-Mate]] v3 - Brewed by Joe M.
|Reconnected tap lines after disassembly. Flushed lines repeatedly with PBW.
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|Empty (Keg Kicked)
 
|-
 
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|2014-08-01 (Approx)
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|2019-04-01
|Ryan Pierce, Justin Conroy
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|style = "background-color:#c5c5c5;"|[[PS:1 Club-Mate]] v3 - Brewed by Joe M.
|Cleaned it out again but only with iodine water. Didn't soak pbw.  
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|style = "background-color:#c5c5c5;"|[https://metrobrewing.com/beers Magnetron Schwarzbier] - 1/6 Barrel Purchased by DS:1
 
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|2014-09-18 (Approx)
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|~2019-04-14~
|Eric Stein, Justin Conroy
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|style = "background-color:#c5c5c5;"|[[PS:1 Club-Mate]] v3 - Brewed by Joe M.
|Ran pbw into the lines. Line 2 was really gross (left) and it flushed a lot of crap out into the bucket. Gonna soak it until Saturdayish and then flush it out with starsan. Took the valves off the keg ends of the lines and took them apart and soaked them in PBW too. Turns out, you can take apart line connectors for corny keg valves. We really should do that more often, it gets gross in there.
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|Empty (Keg Kicked)
 
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|2014-11-16
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|2019-04-16
|Justin Conroy
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|style = "background-color:#c5c5c5;"|[[PS:1 Club-Mate]] v3 - Brewed by Joe M.
|Defrosted fridge
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|style = "background-color:#c5c5c5;"|[https://metrobrewing.com/beers Magnetron Schwarzbier] - 1/6 Barrel Purchased by DS:1
 
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|2014-12-10
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|2019-04-16
|Justin Conroy
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|Empty (Keg Kicked)
|Replaced broken o-ring on faucet number 3 (the one on the right). Two beers are finally on tap with the new kegerator!
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|style = "background-color:#c5c5c5;"|[https://metrobrewing.com/beers Magnetron Schwarzbier] - 1/6 Barrel Purchased by DS:1
 
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|}
  
== Use with Sankey kegs ==
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=== Cleaning History ===
  
The Kegerator system can be used with Sankey kegs. These are the kegs that commercial breweries use. The capacity is two 1/2 barrel (15.5 gallons each) kegs. Note that this has only been tested with Kegcraft kegs, which are used by Revolution and other microbreweries in town. (But that is what matters. Come on, with a bar this cool, do you really want to put MGD on tap?)
 
  
Both keg couplers are fitted with MFL connections for gas, which means that changing between Cornelius keg disconnects and the Sankey keg coupler is a trivial task with an adjustable crescent wrench. This is also true for the lower beverage line.
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{| class="wikitable" border="1"
 
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! When
The lower shelf is the default place for a Sankey keg. The keg must be propped up on the 2x4 stand so that the refrigerator door will close completely. There is very little clearance for the keg coupler, and you may need to rotate the keg such that you can install the coupler, turn it to lock it, and not run into the blower assembly for the draft tower duct.
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! Who
 
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! What
The upper shelf can take a Sankey keg as well, however there is very little clearance due to the refrigerator light. This one only works if you use a hose barb tail piece instead of an MFL, which means loosening the hose clamp, removing the hose from the barb (note: takes substantial force and wiggling), forcing it onto the other barb, and clamping it.
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|2019-03-01
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|Joe Mertz, CrazyUncleDave, Others
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|Replaced all beverage lines. Added air lines. Added air manifold. Brought the bar back to life.
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|2019-03-07
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|Joe Mertz
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|Cleaned both lines and adapters and tapped 2 new kegs. (1x PS:1 ClubMate, 1x Revolution Brewing Cross of Gold)
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|-
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|2019-03-23
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|Joe Mertz
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|Cleaned both lines and keg adapters. Began install of RFID Lockout System.
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|-
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|2019-04-01
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|Joe Mertz
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|Cleaned beer line and swapped keg.
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|2019-04-16
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|Joe Mertz
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|Cleaned beer line and swapped keg.
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|}
  
== List of Currently Certified Users ==
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== List of Currently Authorized Bartenders ==
  
 
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! Trained By
 
! Trained By
 
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|Ryan Pierce
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|Joe Mertz
|Built draft system
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|Plumbed and Installed New Draft System
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|-
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|CrazyUncleDave
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|Joe Mertz
 
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|Eric Stein
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|Tim Bielawa
|Ryan Pierce
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|Joe Mertz
 
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|Justin Conroy
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|James Lamken
|Built Kegerator
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|Joe Mertz
 
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|-
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|Ryan Pierce
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|Grandfathered by Joe Mertz
 
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== Fridge issues ==
 
== Fridge issues ==
  
It ices up a lot, and thus needs to be defrosted every once in a while. Don't leave the door open for any length of time more than absolutely necessary. Currently, we are trying to put desiccants in there to reduce the moisture, and thusly the ice content.
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The door does not quite close, we are considering upgrading to a larger fridge.
  
 
== TODO ==
 
== TODO ==
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* Temperature sensors in fridge and tap line
 
* Temperature sensors in fridge and tap line
 
* Beverage line locks and RFID controls
 
* Beverage line locks and RFID controls
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* Build liquor cabinet
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* Make signage

Latest revision as of 20:13, 18 February 2020


Drinking Station: One
Drinkingstation.jpg
Owner/Loaner PS:One
Serial Number N/A
Make/Model N/A
Arrival Date 9/2012, Renovated 3/2019
Usability yes
Contact Joe Mertz
Where Kitchen
Authorization Needed yes
Hackable no
Estimated Value $1,200
Host Area Kitchen Area


Drinking Station: One Area: Kitchen Area https://wiki.pumpingstationone.org/Drinking_Station:_One



Rules

  1. Only authorized bartenders are allowed to pour.
  2. Authorized bartenders will be required to complete an approved BASSET Certification course.
  3. Bartenders must not serve minors or anyone visibly intoxicated.
  4. Drinking Station: One is not allowed to sell alcohol. As such the staff does not accept tips. Appreciation shown in the form of added donations to the bar is encouraged.
  5. Donations will be accepted and used to further Drinking Station: One's mission by paying for: alcohol, cleaning supplies, consumables, equipment, and upgrades

Please send any keg requests, event inquiries, bartender applications, or general questions to bar@pumpingstationone.org

Capacity

The current kegerator holds the cold plate for the carbonator and leaves room for two 5-gallon kegs. It is set up for 1 ball lock Cornelius "corny" soda keg and one commercial Sankey keg (1/6 barrel size).


Providing a Keg for an Event

If you are interested in having Drinking Station: One serve something specific at your event, or plan on hosting a large number of people, it is polite to provide a keg. We can accommodate a single 1/2 barrel "Full" keg in an Ice Bucket behind the bar. Please alert bar@pumpingstationone.org as soon as possible, to coordinate.

Logs

Draft History

When Tap 1 Tap 2
2019-03-01 PS:1 Club-Mate v1 - Brewed by Joe M. Empty
2019-03-02 PS:1 Club-Mate v1 - Brewed by Joe M. PBR - 1/2 Barrel From Drew R. (On Ice)
2019-03-05 Empty (Keg Kicked) Empty (Keg Kicked)
2019-03-07 PS:1 Club-Mate v2 - Brewed by Joe M. Revolution Brewing: Cross of Gold - 1/6 Barrel Purchased by DS:1
2019-03-12 PS:1 Club-Mate v2 - Brewed by Joe M. Empty (Keg Kicked)
2019-03-13 PS:1 Club-Mate v2 - Brewed by Joe M. Revolution Brewing: Cross of Gold - 1/6 Barrel Purchased by DS:1
2019-03-19 Empty Revolution Brewing: Cross of Gold - 1/6 Barrel Purchased by DS:1
2019-03-21 Empty Empty (Keg Kicked)
2019-03-24 PS:1 Club-Mate v3 - Brewed by Joe M. Krankshaft Kölsch - 1/6 Barrel Purchased by DS:1
2019-03-29 PS:1 Club-Mate v3 - Brewed by Joe M. Empty (Keg Kicked)
2019-04-01 PS:1 Club-Mate v3 - Brewed by Joe M. Magnetron Schwarzbier - 1/6 Barrel Purchased by DS:1
~2019-04-14~ PS:1 Club-Mate v3 - Brewed by Joe M. Empty (Keg Kicked)
2019-04-16 PS:1 Club-Mate v3 - Brewed by Joe M. Magnetron Schwarzbier - 1/6 Barrel Purchased by DS:1
2019-04-16 Empty (Keg Kicked) Magnetron Schwarzbier - 1/6 Barrel Purchased by DS:1

Cleaning History

When Who What
2019-03-01 Joe Mertz, CrazyUncleDave, Others Replaced all beverage lines. Added air lines. Added air manifold. Brought the bar back to life.
2019-03-07 Joe Mertz Cleaned both lines and adapters and tapped 2 new kegs. (1x PS:1 ClubMate, 1x Revolution Brewing Cross of Gold)
2019-03-23 Joe Mertz Cleaned both lines and keg adapters. Began install of RFID Lockout System.
2019-04-01 Joe Mertz Cleaned beer line and swapped keg.
2019-04-16 Joe Mertz Cleaned beer line and swapped keg.

List of Currently Authorized Bartenders

Qualified Member Trained By
Joe Mertz Plumbed and Installed New Draft System
CrazyUncleDave Joe Mertz
Tim Bielawa Joe Mertz
James Lamken Joe Mertz
Ryan Pierce Grandfathered by Joe Mertz

Fridge issues

The door does not quite close, we are considering upgrading to a larger fridge.

TODO

  • Screw down the top of the bar; it is loose as is. Could unscrew later if we need to remove it.
  • Upgrade from 2 to 4 taps
  • Temperature sensors in fridge and tap line
  • Beverage line locks and RFID controls
  • Build liquor cabinet
  • Make signage