Forgive me if this has been discussed before but my 1/2 hour of searching the forum provided no information.
This spring I inherited a fridge from my grandparents (5 year old Estate model) and promptly turned it into a kegerator for my garage. Love the thing... no more bottling for me
However I began to think about this winter and how cold it can get here in SouthEastern Minnesota (Rochester MN) and wondering if anyone had any solutions or DIY projects they might have did to keep their refrigerator going during the cold months of winter and hold a temp properly for beer serving.
I don't want to have the refrigerator break/stop working due to the cold climate nor do I want to fix frozen tap lines either this winter. As a last resort I could move the kegerator down to the basement for the winter but I am looking to avoiding a lot of heavy lifting and hours of convincing the SWMBO that the kegerator needs to be relocated inside.
Any insight would be appreciative on this subject. I know i have a few months ahead of me before I really need to start worrying but I have time and resources available to me this summer.