Kegger bar with one side against a wall

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    I just downloaded plans to build the 8′ kegger bar. My issue is that I want one side of the bar to be flush with a wall and if I build according to the plans, there will be a 4.5″ gap from underneath the bar top down to the foot rest. I was lookin at the plans and I am not sure how to modify them because of how the base is constructed and the sides attach. I am sure I am not the first person to ask this question. Do you have modified plans? I would like to keep the look and shape of the bar top the same but just have the one side flush with the wall. Any help would be appreciated.


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    I’m planning on doing the same thing. What I’ve got planned is to put the end cap of the bartop flush against the side going against the wall. This way the bartop will end at the wall.

    Everything else will remain the same. I’ll still create the 45 degree turn, complete with the partial bartop as it won’t protrude out, it’ll just end at the wall.

    Does any of that make sense?


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    Typically the side against the wall will not get arm rail molding, so take that into consideration. There is no right or wrong way to do this. I would simply remove omit the arm rail, bar overhang and foot rest from the side that attaches to the wall.

    If that shortens the bar too much (should be less than 6″), you can always add length using the CHBD.

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