Good small fridge for kegging?
I know I have been posting alot lately about all grain setups, kegging, etc.. And I still have not made up my mind. I have come close to buying some things out of the classifieds for an all grain setup but both of those deals fell through. So I guess I was meant to spend the money on getting a small refrigerator and a kegging setup going. I don't have the funds at the moment but maybe in a few months I could at least get some of what I need. And I think to start out that would be a fridge. I think I have decided to go the cheap all grain route. 80 dollar turkey fryer with 8 gallon pot and a cooler MLT.
I have some room in my living room on a back wall that I think it would fit nicely if I can convince everyone else in the house the same. I would like it to hold at least 2 corny size kegs, possibly 3 but not necessary. Of course a CO2 cylinder as well. One other thing I would like it to have is a freezer that would be usable in a keg setup. Frosty cold glasses with beer fresh from the tap has always seemed cool to me. If this is not possible, that would be all right.
I know alot of you have been using small refrigerators to keg your beer and seem to be getting them at good prices. Does anyone here use a fridge that may fit my criteria? I would like to keep the price under 200 dollars if possible.
Also any good deals on conversion kits for 2 taps out there? And can taps be installed on a small refrigerator's door, All I ever see is tower systems. The conversion kits look like it would be easier to just install it in the door.
This post turned out a little long. Sorry about that. Thanks for taking the time to read it though.
Last edited by newbrewr4fun; 09-24-2009 at 09:02 AM.