Beer Keg Grill
I had this old beer keg sitting in my garage left over from a party a long time ago and I was originally going to scrap it when I had seen a keg grill for sale in a local hardware store. I thought I could make my keg into a grill. When I began I had only intended to build a simple functional charcoal grill for backyard BBQs and tailgating. As I began construction I let my imagination run wild and this is what I ended up with. I am not a professional welder and have little experience with metal fabrication so I had to rely on my carpentry skills and my Ryobi tools. I used just about every Ryobi tool at my disposal, including my table saw, angle grinder, impact driver, drill/driver, reciprocating saw, circular saw, multi head tool, sander, jig saw, and brad nail gun.
Oh Hell Yes ! ! !
that's awesome great idea
- 18 Volt One+™ Impact Driver
- 18 Volt One+™ Drill Kit
- 18V ONE+™ 4-1/2" Angle Grinder
- 18V ONE+™ Speed Saw™ Rotary Cutter
- 18V ONE+™ Corner Cat™ Finish Sander
- 18 Volt One+™ Radio
- 18V ONE+™ Fuel Gauge
- 10" Table Saw with Steel Stand
- 18V ONE+™ JobPlus™ with Multi-Tool Attachment
- 18V ONE+™ Reciprocating Saw with Anti-Vibe Handle
- 18V ONE+™ 18GA Cordless Brad Nailer
beer keg, steel utility rack, angled 1/4" punched metal, red oak plywood and dowel, aluminium exhaust vent, miscellaneous after market grill parts, high temp grill paint, misc. nuts and bolts