So, after roughly 4 months of brewing, I decided I want to get into kegging. To do this I needed a kegerator. I didn't want just a fridge/freezer one. I wanted one SWMBO would like inside the house and not stored in the garage. I found inspiration from maverick9862's article:
DIY Kegerator: Moving Beyond Functionality
So after weeks of searching craigslist, pawn shops, etc. I finally found this:
I should be able to fit two 5 gallon kegs on the right side and make the left a place where I can put beer bottles and maybe wine. I am going to follow how maverick9862 did his and use the guts of a dorm fridge. It is going to be kinda hard making the modifications, and I am far from experienced in this kind of project, but I am highly motivated and open to suggestions. Please let me know if you have any advice or ideas that I could use. SWMBO really likes the old fidge, so I am pretty excited to have her on board and excited about it, too. I am going to put insulation on the inside. There is a drain in the bottom that I might use to run my CO2 though and have the CO2 tank mounted outside and concealed somehow. There isn't a lot of room inside. One thing I need help on is the taps. I have no idea what I want to use for the tower. I want it to blend in with the look of the fridge. My over all picture is to make look so that it doesn't look like a kegerator, just another kitchen piece.
Please let me know your ideas. I am really excited about this project. I think it is going to look great when I am done.