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I think you will have problems trying to keep the keg cold, and this will be terribly inefficient: The temperature of the beer in the keg will tend to equalize, and so the exposed keg will constantly be warming the beer as the refrigerator tries to cool it. Have you considered a jockey box? For short periods of time, they are very effective at chilling beer ...


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I'm guessing you are thinking of getting a small bar fridge, then turing it over so the opening points to the ceiling? Honestly I am not sure that would work at all. You would need to chill the keg for at least three hours in a completely sealed fridge and with the door open it might take much longer or maybe not even work at all. I see two options which ...



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