I'm not the biggest fan of drinking beer, but one of my favorite places to go while studying abroad in the Czech Republic was a place called The Pub. (I guess their name could use some work, but I digress.) What set this joint apart from other local bars was that every table had its own personal kegs.
You and your friends were assigned a number and could pour your own beer with reckless, intoxicated abandon. When I first saw this awesome DIY bar equipped with a built-in draft tap, I couldn't help but be reminded of the greatest experience of my college career. If this sounds cool to you, here's how you can make your own.
Redditor Quwug started his design by repurposing an old box freezer to make the refrigerated base of his bar.
To add some height, he built a wooden platform.
He created a rustic frame to surround the box freezer.
The crafter then added some insulation to help keep the freezer cold.
A coat of paint helped make it pop!
Next on his agenda was finishing up the bar top.
He installed the drainage system and gave the counter an awesome tiled look.
To help circulate air, our designer added a fan.
He assembled his tap after that, which was designed to dispense four different types of beer.
One last check to make sure all the wiring was ready for installation!
All that was left to do was purchase a few kegs and hook them into place.
With an awesome bar setup like this, you could open up your very own pub.