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It's important to mention off the bat that there is nothing wrong with your keg the way it is: beaten-up, dented and beautiful. But in case you'd rather stash it in one of the classiest holding tanks around for aesthetic purposes or simply need to scratch that power tool itch, the handy dudes at Build can show you how. Find a wine barrel, grab the faucet off the kitchen sink (don't actually do that) and fire up the buzz saw:

Sound like something you might be interested in taking on this weekend? Watch the extended version here, then set up shop in the garage and build your keg a fun little hiding spot. 

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