Not a great pic but works great!!!
We had a keg of warm/hot water we used to flush out the cold plate and also hooked that up to see
how it works... worked great!! With just the little ice we put on the plate, it chilled the warm
water down to, just guessing, 45-50 degrees.
All in all this is much cheaper than buying it pre-built and it is pretty easy. You need to make
sure that you do a little research about fittings and sizing (all the stuff I got was using a 1/4"
barb fitting with 3/16" ID.) so you can throw it together.
I also learned that Home Depot, Lowes and so on, do not carry fittings for cold plates.
You have to get those from a soda or homebrew store.
This is great presentation as well. I think everyone enjoys pulling a beer from a faucet instead
of a picnic tap from a trash can!
I think the cold plate is the way to go with the limited testing we did.