I just build a keezer, and have sealed the collar pretty well with caulk. I sealed the gaps between the collar/freezer well and just ordered a fan, which I'll install for more even temperature. The keezer sits on my covered deck in Virginia, where it's routinely over 80 degrees. I've noticed significant sweating/condensation build up on the faucets themselves (see the attached picture). I also have some ice build up (just a thin layer) inside the keezer, and recently put in Eva Dry and Damp Rid (although I understand this may be a fact of life with a keezer build)?
Does anyone else have sweaty taps (faucets) or is it just me?!