Are you just going to pick up a keg and throw it on tap at your house?
If you have a gas place, you might be able to get a CO2 tank filled with beer gas (blend of Nitrogen and CO2) and just hook it up as normal. But if just buying a keg, I would suggest letting it warm and bleeding off the CO2 until it is almost flat. Then serving it at high pressure under beer gas.
I have not tried it, but don't see how it could be bad. Good creamy beer with a big body. Sounds like a candidate to me.