A little bierporne for you guys. It all started with a small leak in my cement wall in the basement closet. One of the rod holes from the forms used to pour the wall 37 years ago started to leak. I had to remove the drywall, vapor barrier and insulation to get at it and plug with hydraulic cement. The wall was so cold that I decided to make it my new fermenting room and beer cellar for the big beers. I removed the studs and built a bottle storage L-shaped shelf system from MDF with my stacked dado on the table saw. Below is the finished project. It holds 22’s on the bottom and top shelves and 12-16 oz bottles on the middle four rows. Capacity is 504 bottles if I stack two deep and close to 700 if I go 3 deep on the middle four rows. Also, the very top is great for holding 23 growlers. The temperature has been holding steady in the mid to upper 50’s.
A YouTube video tour of the beer cellar:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vagBZ2O6B1M