Am I the only one who thinks kegging is a huge pain? Yes, it's easy to fill a keg and it's easy to clean said keg (much more so now that I have Mark's Keg Washer). But am I the only one with a keezer love/hate relationship?
I love kegging because of the time saved in packaging (obvi). And because my keezer is pretty.
And because it is convenient to walk to the dining room and pour a half pint... or more.
I hate kegging because I feel like my keezer always needs cleaning. (It's a 5cf GE with a 10" collar, LOVE controller and SS Perlick Creamers.) No matter how much I keep it sealed, it's always condensating. I have bought two of those Eva-Dry things that help a bit, but not much. And God forbid a tiny amount of beer gets dripped in there from removing a liquid post. Mold city!! Then to clean the thing, I have to pull everything out, thaw it out and then climb in there (or hang a$$ up over the collar) to clean it. The only thing I haven't done is wire a tiny fan in there - and I won't allow myself to do it because when I work with electricity, things blow up - seriously.
It's a love/hate thing for me, I guess.