Step 1: Supplies & Tools Needed
A tapped Mini Keg: If your mini keg is not tapped yet, check out the 'Tap a Draught Keg Inside Your Fridge' Instructable (link: http://www.instructables.com/id/Tap-a-Draught-Keg-Inside-Your-Fridge/).
Small Cooler: I am using the 'Coleman Personal 16' which I have had for some time. The mini keg fits perfectly inside the cooler with plenty of room for ice to surround the keg and keep the essentials nice and cold.
1 Inch Flat Drill Bit (measure you shank's diameter to determine the proper bit)
Shears for Cutting Plastic
Pencil or Marking Tool
Step 2: Notch Out the Cooler
Determine the best location for the hole and mark where you will drill. I intend to keep the keg as centered as possible so my faucet will be located off center from the middle of the cooler. Make sure you make your notch low enough that the lid can closes properly but not too low to reveal a gaping hole above your tap.