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Awesome lights! what light bulbs did you use?
Awesome design! There are different ideas throughout the comments. The solutions ranges from a vacuum break (I could not get it to work) to pourer (see comments from AnitaH25) to just not tightening all the fittings too tight. The goal here is to allow enough air in to let the liquid out, but not too much so it would not leak everywhere.
L.J.S. You will have to screw in a bottle cap into a reducer first. I found that coke bottle cap works for Jack Daniels and Crown Royal bottles - I'd expect it to work for most of the other screw-in bottles of liquor.
Mikegoalie. For the pipes/fitting that are in contact with liquid, I use brass, so it should be safe to drink and it would not corrode. The bottom pipe (not in contact with liquid) and a flange are steel, and so you are correct - due to oils they have to be cleaned with soap, water and acetone (because it dries so fast) before painting.It looks like JordanB104 used brass, copper and lead-free solder for his dispenser - also safe to drink from.
You got it - I made a comment with a reference to your shop. Great design!
Mikegoalie, you are right - you attache the dispenser upside down to the upright bottle and then you flip it over.
AnitaH25: Thanks! I assume it placed it in the reducer... I'm going to try it today
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