I’m on the fence between the two. Initially I favoured a keezer being able to get more kegs in and easier to swap one out without disturbing the others. But now I’m leaning to the kegerator as I’ve picked up a fridge freezer so I can store hops and yeast cool too. I wouldn’t have to buy extra...
I’m thinking to knock some of the high alpha acids down in bit in the boil addition as it seems slightly too bitter. More grapefruit pithy taste. I actually like it but I’m not sure it is as close to the original as it could be
used this one. But steeped at about 85c for 5 mins.
Fermented at 19 with WHC Lax
Drop hopped about mid fermentation. Then gave it a few degrees temp boost after hops had been in for 3 days and gravity was at 1.009. Then cooled over two days and bottled.
It’s bottled and just finished carbing. It has come out slightly hazy, with good hop aroma. Tastes like the original but not exactly so. All in all I like it, looking forward to trying it in a few more weeks in the bottle. Next batch will be kegged
If you are planning to prime and bottle your beer? then the yeast should deal with any oxygen introduced at that stage. Should be good for 6 months easy. As others have said high temperature is your enemy when it comes to long term storage