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*Pic below* Sorry for the messy counter

I currently have a wet bar in my living room (was there when I bought the house), with a sink that is of no use (since the kitchen sink is very close) and a mini fridge that I don't use much. After some thought, I figured one idea would be to replace the mini-fridge with a kegerator/beer tap.

A couple problems:

1) If the sink didn't exist, I would just get an undercounter kegerator unit and have someone drill the appropriate opening in the counter.

2) However, this would leave the sink that I would ultimately like to remove, so this route would leave me having to remove the sink and replace with the existing tile style (but in reality, i want to replace the surface a few years from now so i want to avoid this step).

3) so given all of that, I wanted to somehow use the existing mini-fridge space for the main fridge with the keg, and somehow route the beer to a tap which would replace the existing sink, and maybe drain into the pipe below and avoid using a drip tray?

or maybe this is all nonsense, and I should get a freestanding unit and put it next to the wetbar, and just pay to remove the sink.

 

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Laminate --> Formica. Order from Big Orange or Little Blue and give your sink serial number and they pre cut the hole. Then install. You can then drill your Beer tap holes. It is cheap and very forgiving.
 
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