I ferment in a temperature controlled chest freezer in a 15.5 gallon Sanke keg. My batches are usually 10 gallons so this gives me plenty of head space for fermentation. I use the Sanke fermentation conversion kit from brewershardware.com. It has a dip tube, blowoff port, and a port for a temperature probe.
Closed fermentation freezer with temperature control unit.
Open fermentation freezer showing 15.5 gal. Sanke keg.
Close-up of Sanke Fermentation Conversion Kit from brewershardware.com
Temperature control maintaining the Scottish 80 Shilling at 65 degrees.
I condition in a temperature controlled freezer. It has room for 4 kegs plus some bottles. I am planning on building a collar at some point to give me space for 3 more kegs.
Closed conditioning freezer
Open conditioning freezer.
Conditioning freezer temperature control keeping the kegs at just over 40 degrees.
I converted my old refrigerator into my kegerator. I store my hops in the freezer portion. The kegerator has 5 taps and room for 6 kegs. I have 6 different secondary CO2 regulators to dial in the carbonation level of the beers on tap. I use a 20 lb CO2 tank to supply the CO2.
Front of kegerator.
Close up of taps.
Back of taps coming through the door.
Six kegs with a bunch of air and beverage hoses.
Secondary CO2 regulators.
20 lb. CO2 tank.
Hops in the freezer, each bag has 4 oz. of hops.
I also have a spare mini-fridge that I use to store some of the commercial beers I have as well as my dry yeast.
Freshly stocked mini-fridge from my recent trip from Portland.
So that's my "beer room" in my basement. Thanks for looking.