setting up a keezer, wonder what temperature should I set up and how many degrees delay?In your guys experience what is the sweet spot to keep beer cold and keep the freezer healthy?I was thinking 2 degrees Celsius 1 .5 degree delay is it okay ? Thank you for your time.
I've found that 36-38°F is enjoyable for most beer styles and avoids freezing the beer from cold spots. Having your thermal sensor submerged in a 12oz bottle of distilled water helps maintain a consistent temp. I've found the corner sections of freezers can freeze your beer with some top slush if the keg is in contact with the sides at 34°F. The corners are "cold spots"
Agree with everything said by Evil Z. Just one thing I thought worth mentioning: Consider (if you haven't already) adding a fan to the inside of your keezer. The temp can vary by 10 or more degrees from top to bottom. Great starting point here: http://homebrewacademy.com/keezer-updates/ for more info and what I mean. Also air movement inside can help with the 'cold spots'.