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April 8, 2004, 10:41 pm
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did the same thing...and have to hear about it from all the high and mighty
brewers out there.
Anyway...go to a machine shop that has a plasma cutter, tell the person to
cut you a hole in the top about a foot in diameter, around the tap. The size
of the hole depends on what size lid you have lying around that you want to
use for the top.
Rob in NJ
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