In Pittsburgh, there are few things we love more than football, beer, and a solid day’s work.
As John Malecki, there are even fewer things I love more than football, beer, and a solid day’s work.
Being from Pittsburgh is a part of me that is so deeply engrained in who I’ve become that I consider it part of my identity. That’s why it comes as no surprise that I’ve laid my roots and set up shop in Braddock myself, excited to continue sharing my work with the city I call home.
If you’ve been following my work on Youtube and Instagram, you’ve seen the insane home remodel that I decided to tackle just weeks before my wedding. As this remodel finally enters its final stages, a task I had left was the area next to the dining room fireplace. To me, this seemed like the perfect place for some built-in cabinetry and a mini-bar — but I asked myself how I could really take this space to the next level.
Then it hit me. What could be better than freshly-poured drafts at dinner time (and breakfast and lunch, for all I care)? That’s right, nothing.
So I decided to add a DIY beer tap and coffee tap into the design of this bar built-in and I could not be more thrilled with the end result. Check out this video for yourself and see how it took shape (and is now one of the most delicious places in my home).
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