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Play around with the temperature until you find what you like. I tend to leave my fridge around +45°F (or +7°C). I've found that gives me temperature I like best across styles. Here's a general temperature guide for styles.
The cooling effectiveness of the coil is a function of several things: Contact surface area Contact time The difference in temperature between the warm beer and cool water. The MoreBeer Draft Box has 50 feet of 3/8" tubing, providing about 700 square inches of contact surface versus your proposed 69 square inches. So I would say you need to run the beer ...
Not only can you dispense at different pressures, you can carbonate beers independently of your dispense pressure. With a T off of one regulator you can gave your normal serving pressure, then you can use the other side for high pressure quick carbing if necessary on occasion. If I had the funds I'd go with a dual stage set up just for the flexibility. ...
In my opinion, if you're going to go the distance and convert a fridge, you should do it right and get the dual regulator setup so you can dispense at different pressures. That is, if cost isn't an issue. Well, cost would certainly be an issue for me, and I'm still debating whether or not I should do this, or even bother with converting a fridge at ...
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