Although the Keezer has worked well, I was getting too much foam on the first pour. Finally figured out the issue, which was really simple.
I was getting co2 bubbles breaking out of the beer line, which creates more foam in that first pour. I knew that the breakout was related to temperature but could understand why since the temp in my Keezer is very consistent at 37 degrees AND I have two fans that circulate the air through my tap box (see previous pics).
Well, finally decided to actually measure the temps at different heights within the Keezer. Sure enough, the temps at the top of the Keezer were 48!
Added a fan that sits at the bottom and forces the cold air straight up. Now temps are completely consistent and the first pour is perfect.
Lesson learned. Fan placement matters!