Sorry for the confusion. The inkbird allows me to run both a cooling and heat source to control the temperature either way. A refrigerator is a well insulated container. It'll keep heat in just as easily as it will keep the cold in. So I plan to use it as a fermentation chamber at times when I want to brew a saison in the middle of winter when my basement is 50 degrees. So the Inkbird will control a small ceramic heater to help that saison get up to that 80 degree temperature. At other times, I will want to do a lager which I have yet to brew. So I'll have the Inkbird control the fridge temperature to drop that temp down into the 30's. At even other times, I plan to cool a keg during carbonation and conditioning, and I do plan to still bottle my beer despite everyone telling me that I shouldn't bother. I give a lot of beer away, so bottles are a must for me. Besides, after 2 weeks of carbonation and conditioning and then transferring the beer from keg to bottles, I then free up my fridge for the next fermentation. If I time it correctly, I could rack 2 brews to 2 kegs and carbonate and condition both of them at the same time. In the summer, I might use it as a kegerator just because I have very little time to brew even though the fridge would give me the capabilities of temperature control on fermentation and therefore the ability to brew in the hot weather. I could brew a refreshing wheat beer at the end of spring and just keg it. I bought a bunch of kegging stuff from a local guy selling it on FaceBook Marketplace. I could definitely set up a couple of taps on the door for the summer. So there you have it, a multipurpose piece of homebrew equipment!