It'll take over the power cord. That'll control the whole thing. Gotta sacrifice the freezer. Unless you rewire some stuff, in which case I can't help because I'm not electrician.
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I'm looking into the benefits/limitations of utilizing a Keggle for my brew pot needs. Currently using a 10 gallon steel pot that is very difficult to lift and mobilize when full. I'd appreciate any information on the benefits or limits of this apparatus and recommendations on how to acquire or make one. Thanks all
Live long and propagate.
And, I know it always gets a lot of controversy stirred up, but I don't mind: make sure if you get a keg it is a keg that has been junked by brewery. If you use any other keg - even if you pay the deposit - you are steeling the keg. Deposit does not pay for keg.