So I have decided to build a 3 tap keezer. Actually, I bought a complete 3 tap keezer off Craigslist a few weeks back only to have the freezer konk out on me shortly after plugging it in
The good news is that for the price I paid ($300) I still made out on the deal because I was able to salvage 3 Perlick stainless steel faucets, shanks, the three-way manifold, regulator, 5lb CO2 tank, quick connects for 3 kegs, temp control, coffin and the reclaimed wood he had used to skirt the frame
So, I bought a 1 year old 5.1 CF GE chest freezer off Craigslist (insuring it worked ahead of time of course) for $75 and began my foray into the wonderful world of keezer building
I will post pics as I complete various stages for anyone interested!
So far, I have built a 1X8 collar to raise the height of the freezer to hold 3 cornies, attached it to the freezer with heavy duty construction adhesive and caulked:
I also had to build a small shelf for the bottom since I couldn't fit two cornies down there and had to extend the compressor box to fit two on the top:
I'm also planning on adding 1 inch pink insulation board to go around the inside of the collar.
So far things are going smoothly (knock on wood)!