Cold cellar question
We are building a new home soon and I really want to include a small cold cellar to age a few beers and keep some wine cool in lieu of a beverage refrigerator. I also want keep our chest freezer (we buy full animals to process) in here to lower its run time.
If we have the foundation walls extended to the interior in two directions to create a separate room and then keep those exterior walls uninsulated with no insulation under that part of the floor, is it reasonable to expect that the room would stay a relatively consistent temperature year around? We are in zone 5. Is there anything else we should consider for this room – ventilation, etc.?
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