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Old 08-02-2011, 09:29 PM   #1
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Default aging bottled beer from keg.

Okay so i want to bottle from my kegs (which i have done with no problem in the past..until my temp regulated chest freezer ran out of room)..what is the safest way to bottle from the keg and then bring the bottles to room temp (70-78 degrees..depending on the weather outside our house) to be stored..can i do this without risk of off flavors? I always pick up beer off the shelf of the beer shop..but dont feel comfortable warming my cold beer up to room temps..any feedback, suggestions, knowledge appreciated.

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As long as you cap on foam, and get a good seal, no problems.

Edit: you do want to bottle while it is cold too.

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