I posted this on another forum as well. . .
Here's the deal:
I have two small wine fridges that I've used for fermenting chambers and/or cold storage. Each will hold one better bottle or two corny kegs.
I'd like to expand one of the fridges to hold either two carboys, four cornies, or perhaps a sanke keg for fermentation, and I'm in need of ideas.
I'm thinking about putting a collar on it. The space is exactly 12" deep, so I'd need to add another 10 or 12 inches of depth to get two better bottles in there. If I ferment in a sanke, I'd only need to add about 4-6". However, I'd also have to acquire a sanke! They've been hard to find thus far.
I'm not sure how to get a collar to attach to the front of a wine fridge, hold it in place, support the collar off the floor, etc. I need ideas!!
Let's talk limitations. I DO NOT have:
-Space for a bigger fridge
-Space for a chest freezer
-Additional space to build a big "fermenter box"
-A ton of $$$$ to spend on this.
-A lot of tools (I have a circular saw and a jig saw)
I will add that it doesn't really matter if it looks good.
Give me your ideas! Show me what you got!!