Okay, so I'm ready to give up the bottles and start kegging this spring. I've never minded bottling in the past, but suddenly I don't want to clean and store a million bottles. So I have been reading up on building a keezer which seems simple enough, but here's the thing. I have a working mini fridge that a friend gave me for free just sitting in the garage. I originally planned to make it a second fermentation chamber exclusively for lagers but haven't gotten around to it. So naturally the cheapskate in me wants to turn this into a keg chilling apparatus of some description instead, especially since we don't drink many lagers anyway. Basically I'm imaging removing the door, building an insulated box around the whole thing with taps and a temp controller. The upsides that I can see are that 1) I already have the fridge, and 2) I can build the box to [almost] any dimensions. The downsides that I see are 1) loss of another ferm chamber 2) more construction and more building supplies 3) the fridge is probably underpowered for this. Either way is pretty much win-win, so if I have to buy a freezer that's fine. I just want to hear what some of y'all would do in my position. Thanks!