Here is my almost finished keezer. I still need two more gas disconnects and to lengthen the liquid tubing to prevent foaming. I'm looking for a way to attach a drip tray relatively easily to the front of the freezer. You can see that I need one from the splatters visible on the front of the keezer.
Here's my garage with two chest freezers:
The first is a fermentation chamber, which holds two carboys easily. The Cream Ale I brewed two days ago is about to need the blow off tubing:
The front of the keezer:
Now with the lid open. It will hold four kegs and a 10 lb CO2 tank, although I obviously only have it set up for two. (I have a another kegerator inside the house already with two taps.) Right now it has two kegs, an ESB and a mild, and a carboy that is cold-crashing:
A close-up view of the gas tubing:
Relatively easy project really, especially with all of the excellent advice and build threads on this forum (thanks). I didn't take pics of my build, because I really didn't do anything different than anybody else. I used 1x4 lumber with some extra wood at the corners and where the hinges attach. I went with smaller/lighter wood than most because I wanted to attach the color to the lid, not the body of the freezer and I wanted the springs to be able to hold the lid open. They will, but just barely.