Friday, 26 of February of 2021

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Dispense Rig V2.0

V2.0 – 2007

I don’t have pics of the original 1.0 dispenser, but it was just a board with 3 holes. Back then, we were still only concerned with open cola and hadn’t hit apoun different flavors of soda, so 3 were fine. Once I decided to make more flavors, it was clear we needed a new dispense rig. I built this one up with wood, and bent some sheet metal into a drain. The rack was from a dollar store. I made the drain water proof with about 2 tubes of water proof Goop. Worked really great, but still relayed on the old cool the entire keg method which used lots of ice. You can see many of the design elements I carried over into the V4.0 rig. This one is retired along with the V1.0 rig as it’s far easier to chill the chill plate rather then 6 kegs.

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Dispense Rig V3.0

V3.0 – 2008

This one is a real official Cornie dispenser. I found it on ebay for a really good deal. It only has 4 heads, no quick disconnects(so the hoses are kind of a pain to deal with), doesn’t have a drain board, and doesn’t have the cart like the V4.0 so not as portable. Still it’s a very nice small event rig.

Here you can see the inside with the chill plate and all the hoses. None of them have quick disconnect so I have to shove them inside. The plate is actually larger then the 6 port plate so it does chiller better.

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Dispense Rig V4.0

V4.0 – 2009

Here is the new for 2009 V 4.0 Dispense rig. It’s portable, has 6 heads, has a chill plate, drain below taps, and has 5 kegs on cart. There is also a tool box built into the top which you can’t see in this pic. I have yet to add a place to hang the 6th keg and a drain water bucket.

Here you can see the V4.0 rig’s slide out ability allowing access to change out kegs. This has been tested with the cooler section full of ice and water. Unless all the kegs are empty, it doesn’t tip over and no signs of breaking.

Here you can see the inside of the cooler section. At the bottom is the chill plate. This gets filled with ice and cools the soda as it’s pushed to the taps. You can’t see it in this view, but the out side of the incoming hoses has quick release hose connections making transport and moving vastly easier and quicker.

Here’s another view. You can see the drain plate.

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