Have my NB Irish Red Ale all kegged, cooled, and carbed, and loving it already! Unfortunately I'm behind on my keezer build, since my job has me home only about 1 day a week right now, so I just went with this basic set-up from my local homebrew shop just to get things rolling.
My concern was keeping the faucet clean and not allowing the beer to dry and get crusty in the spout, short of running sanitizer through it every day. So my first though was just to dip it in sanitizer, but I've read that it can damage the plastic. So What I've settled on is a jar of water for rinsing, which can obviously get replaced easily. The other jar has a bit of sanitizer, which I can attach to the lid on the beer line and give it a quick shake to clean, yet the faucet will still hang out of the sanitizer to avoid the aforementioned damage.
So I've had this set-up for only about a week, and it seems to be working so far. Do you think this will work for a while? Any comments/suggestions are much appreciated, thanks!