Hello, I want to be able to homebrew whenever I feel like it. Queensland gets far too hot for it in Summer. I also want to be able to keg (mainly for sweetened cider without the hassle). It seems to me that an optimal solution is a kegerator or making a keezer. I am kind of hoping to solicit opinions on either purchasing a kegerator or building a keezer. I should be able to keg as well as ferment in it during summer/spring, though if I am wrong I would love to be warned. I have had a brief look at options. Was considering this: https://www.kegland.com.au/keg-master-series-4-triple-intertap-ss.html I figure 3 19L kegs on tap would be a good starting point and it is aesthetically pleasing. Other than that I have no reason for liking it and don't really know enough to make a good choice. My other alternative is to find a chest freezer (200ish?), purchase something like an inkbird (maybe 40?), taps and lines (?) and try my mettle at building it. The guides on youtube seem simple but I would appreciate any experience. I have also heard that freezers need a lot of cleaning or they will get moldy and would like any anecdotal information on that.