I had some time to work in the basement today. I didn't get as far as I would have liked, but I still got a fair amount done. A friend stopped by this morning, so we spent some time going over my plumbing plans to make sure I was doing everything properly. Then I turned off the water and drained the pipes so I could tap into them to run lines to the bathroom and the bar. I knew that it wasn't likely that I would get it all done in one day, so I decided to install some shutoff valves in the storage room. This would allow me to turn off the water to the basement if I ever need to work on anything in the future.
The pipes will run between the furring strips across the main room. I ran them into the room for now and stopped, but I also soldered two of the pipes that will run the length of the room and laid out the rest of my pipes. With the water shut off at the valves, I can continue working without shutting the water off to the entire house.
Here is an updated picture of the game area.
This picture is a little dark because I haven't installed any lights yet, but this will be the bar area.
My house is on a well and septic system, so I don't have a regular sewer line. To eject the waste from the basement, there is a pit for an ejection pump in the corner of the bathroom. This will take the waste and pump it into the main waste line so it can drain into the septic tank. Because the bar is on the opposite side of the basement, I didn't want to tear up the concrete to run a waste line to the pit. The main waste line actually exits the house in the same corner as the bar, so I decide to use an under sink ejection pump to push the waste water from the bar sink up into the line. I have seen several models, but many of them received poor reviews due to quality issues. Many of them failed after only a couple of years. The better ones seem really nice, but they require that they be vented through the roof. That isn't really an option for me.
A friend told me about a local pump manufacturer that he got a solid brass sump pump from and it has lasted years with no problems. I called them and it ends up that they make a laundry lift pump that is designed to go directly under a laundry tub that will do the trick. It is very compact and doesn't require a vent. It is designed to hang right under the sink without a trap. Once the pipe on top fills, it automatically pumps out the waste water. It also comes prewired with a switch to manually activate the pump just in case.
I plan to mount this under my bar sink and also have my drip trays drain into the pipe under the sink so I can rinse them out as well. Because the keg fridge only puts out water, I will just drain it into my sump pump which is in the closet in the same corner.