How do I build a beer room/cellar?

How do I make a beer cellar?


Quote from video: Step 1 select the best spot for your beer cellar an ideal location may be a closet or a Mitch in your basement. With little to no light and minimal temperature fluctuations.

How do I keep my beer cellar?

How to Make a Beer Cellar

  1. Light – UV radiation can make a beer “skunky”
  2. Heat – limit thermal cycling and keep the beer away from heat sources.
  3. Vibration – let that yeast settle in peace.
  4. Inlaws, kids, neighbors – it’s always best to secure your beer.


How does a beer cellar work?

The float seals itself on an O ring thus cutting the flow of beer to the bar while the beer line to the bar remains full. The keg is then changed, the chamber flooded via a vent lever and once full of beer again the float is released and the beer will continue to pour.

What is cellar temperature for beer?

50 to 55 degrees Fahrenheit

What’s The Best Way To Store Beer? To prevent flavor loss and make sure your beer tastes exactly like it should, you should keep the bottles at a steady 50 to 55 degrees Fahrenheit (10 – 13 Celsius). This is known as the “cellar temperature,” though you don’t need to have a cave in your basement to make this work.

How do you store beer in a basement?

To prevent flavor loss and make sure your beer tastes exactly like it should, you should keep the bottles at a steady 50 to 55 degrees Fahrenheit. This is known as the “cellar temperature,” though you don’t need to have a cave in your basement to make this work.