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Installing a Stout Faucet for Serving Creamy “Guinness-like” Cold Brew Coffee

This video briefly walks through the process of installing a stout faucet into a keezer for serving stouts or as the title suggests, creamy “Guinness-like” cold brew coffee. The procedure seen in this video can be replicated for installing a stout faucet into the door of a refrigerator as well.

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A self employed e-commerce developer, Brendan co-created PartsLogix. In his "free time", he coaches volleyball, enjoys homebrewing, mountain biking and hacking up golf courses. Connect with him on Google+.