I'm building a portable Bin keg chiller/draught system to serve mt Whitbier on Christmas day and thought I'd make a thread out of it as an idea for a cheap diy way of taking your hombrew to a celebration/party with the gear you've probably already got if your kegging and dispensing beer already at home! I did a quick search online for last minute mobile keg dispensing/chilling setups and came to the conclusion that this route was gunna cost at least $100 bucks and then I'm only getting maybe 4-8lt of beer through the mini kegs available. So quickly I allayed the missus fears of this and said hey hang on I've got everything I need right here right now to chill and dispense my beer away from home. Grab a bin one that will fit your entire keg would be great this one above the head of the keg sits proud but it should do. My idea is one not new but done many times before stick the keg in a big bucket fill it with ice add a gas bottle regulator beer line and tap and hey presto you got 19lt of beer to share with friends and family! Here is where I'm up to tonight I grabbed a camper mattress to insulate the bin (will have to store some towels or something on the lid on the day) I got some retchet straps and strapped that and the soda stream bottle to the side. Drilled some 8mm holes for my beer line and gas line to poke out the top. Using a picnic tap with an old bottle filler ridgid hose on the end to stop that lively whitbier from foaming. I rolled out 4meters of gas line and this will be tucked into the ice with just what you see hanging out. Its gunna be at least 35c + on day. That gas line nearest you In pic will push into my regulator just as it does on my keezer beauty about push fittings just triple check for gas leaks... So there ya go. I'm green when it comes to this sorta stuff but cant see why this wont do the job. The bin is 50lt i know itll start out as ice and melt but I'm planning on just topping up with ice on the day. Either that or drink quicker lol. Hey and you can store your other stubbies around it. What's your thoughts fellow brewers? Any tips? I'll flick some picks of it in action. Cheers!