Thought I'd make my own thread to stop clogging up what you get delivered today thread with my keezer build pictures. I looked into getting another keg king Keggerator (currently the one on loan from Bro) but for an all inclusive 3 tap keggerator with bottle and all out was looking at around $700 give or take. Well screw that I know I can probably build one for a lot cheaper and so far in my HBewing time I've got by with the DIY side of life! Hey who wants to miss out on all the making stuff and just get it delivered on a platter to them not me! Also I want to be able to condition some kegs before I drink em. I know myself as soon as that beers finished fermenting I can't wait to carb that thing and be drinking it as soon as possible so I keezer seems like not only a cheaper option but a more wiser hombrewing choice to me. Ok so a couple weeks back I picked Up a too cheep to be true freezer for 60 bucks! Bloody ripper mate! Measures 1000mm high×900wide x600 deep OD I can easily fit six kegs is that means potentially 3 serving 3 conditioning (that's if I can keep up). The seals were shot so I ordered a set. Other than this I plugged her in and run it for a bit just to see if that $60 to be true Yep sweet! I've decided to go with inkbird temp controller rather than build one myself at $50 Aus you can't build one for much cheaper plus I wanted to spend more time on the keezer build. Plus if things go pear shaped looks like their a bit of alright at inkbird as @ChicoBrewer would tell you! So here is what I've invisoned so far for my keezer build. A mirror image down low of my recent outdoor sink build of hardwood framing with mini orb cladding but from bar top (keezer lid see insert pic) up I'm thinking more hardwood ply cladding edged with hardwood deck boards and now I'm thinking of building shelving along the top of the cabinet. Here is where I'm at at the moment I've got the base sorted thanks to @ChicoBrewer for advice on turning timber edgeways and @Head First on the freezer compressor clearance with the build so far! I've built the base glued and screwed it. Ive notched in all my uprights into the base as well. Also see castor positioned ontop just thinking how to go about this I'm thinking of scraping them onto some 18mm ply and rebaiting that in underneath plus two I the middle to stop any bowidge. Oh as for inside the freezer I received some goodies the Other day As per other thread... . 2.6kg co2 filled cylinder I went for the smaller one so can sit it in my freezer and makes for filling easier (had my 6kg freeze up at the HB store once so couldn't fill it). .4 way gas manifold 5 if I wack a barb on the end of it. . 30 Meters of 4mm ID 8mm OD gas line! Plenty now plus the smaller internal diameter will mean I won't need to use so much for equalization or something. But pain in arse to fit on barbs. . Some clear vinyl tubing for gas lines more flexy. Some grey disconnects with MFL threads so can use them push fittings on the liquid posts were sold out dam it! Got a one way valve gunna put this before regulator. Apparently them manifolds have an in built one way valve?? And two intertaps as a replacement for the bro s cheap arse taps he had on in appreciation for his loan of his keggerator over thethesesse years. Well I think we're all caught up now.