I didn't know exactly what I was doing to start. I was just kind of winging it. I found a spare Rubbermaid tote in the attic as well, 19" wide x 32" long, so it would fit all my kegs, ice and the CO2 tank. I measured the kegs at 25" tall so that was enough for me to start with, I had my volume that I needed under the table. Next, I sketched out a design for the table. I wanted the overall height for pouring to be about chest height, so I decided to design it tiered. I'll have some room on each side for cups and a sign displaying what's on tap.
I went to my local hardware store, purchased all of my wood, and I was ready to go. I decided to go with pine because it was cheap, and I am using a dark cherry stain in hope that it will compliment the brass of the tower nicely.
More will be coming in a later update...
Primary: Honey Dunkelweisen
Secondary: Honey Toasted Oat Brown Ale, Wedding IPA
Total for 2011: 53 Gallons