The other place that the beer can go is to the Kegerator!
I can hook up two of those kegs to gas at a time in my Holiday 5.0 cu. ft. converted freezer. With the triple gauge regulator, I can carb one beer while serving the other. Right now there is an Oktoberfest on tap in the Black Keg. Gotta have a magnetic bottle opener handy as well. In the future, I'll have glasses and a place for caps in there, since this will double as my bar fridge for awhile.
Having different colored tops means no messy tape on the kegs. The freezer can also fit thirteen bottles (six in a carrier, though you can't pull it out full due to the CO2 lines) and 8 loose bottles.
Close up of the stored bottles:
Notice how the "R" on the regulator dial matches up with the "R" on the gas disconnect. I bet I could fit another bottle next to the Boulevard bottle in the lower right. There are four bottles under the 6-pack, and I could probably squeeze a 5th bottle down there if I needed to.
Close up of regulator:
The ziplock container holds my yeast. Right now I have a pack of WB-06 for my upcoming wheat beer, and a packet of Munton's Premium Gold dry yeast as my general backup yeast. There is also a pack of champagne yeast for the upcoming Ed's Apfelwein.