Jeff Flowers on March 25, 2015 2 Comments A few weeks ago, I found a new pale ale at my local grocery store. Big Mountain Pale Ale from Alaskan Brewing. Without hesitation, I had a six-pack in my cart. Their Icy Bay IPA is one of my favorite American IPAs, and I'm also a huge fan of pale ales, so I knew right away that I had to try this one out.I got home. Poured one into a glass and sat down to get some work done. On the first sip, I instantly fell in love. Hoppy. Citrusy. Refreshing. Everything I love in beer. I needed more. Naturally, I special ordered a keg the very next day. Kegerator Art - Big Mountain Pale Ale Fast forward two weeks, tonight I was a little bored and decided to climb the Big Mountain. I grabbed my daughters driveway chalk. And after an hour or so, and lots of chalky flakes falling in my beer sitting on the drip tray below, this is what I created. Prev2 of 9Next Big Mountain Pale Ale Label Chalk Art Confession: I know. I know.. I'm not the greatest artist, especially after a few pints. Looking further into Big Mountain, I then realized it was only a spring seasonal. My taste-buds were obviously disappointed to hear that this was only a temporary enjoyment. So, I sent Alaskan Brewing a tweet asking about it. @Bukowsky awesome that you like our Big mountain so much! We think that both are great beers and they each have a lot of fans — Alaskan Brewing Co. (@AlaskanBrewing) February 22, 2015 Despite the generic response and the complete loss of hope that it would become year-round any time soon, I should probably start working on getting another keg before it's too late. And, as you can see from above, I don't have the classic kegerator with a tower setup. Instead, I actually converted an old fridge to a draft beer dispenser the same week we converted this Smeg Fridge. I had so much fun converting the fridge, not to mention realized how easy it was to do. Because I had a larger fridge than the Smeg, I wanted a dual-tap setup. This is the dual-tap conversion kit that I bought, in case anybody wants to do the same. I then covered the fridge with chalkboard paint. A simple project you can do with any kegerator, or anything really. My plan was to have the ability to write what beer was in each tap. However, up until now, I'm pretty sure my four-year-old daughter has gotten the most pleasure out of this, as she could "draw on something" without getting yelled at.