Hey guys, I just setup my kegerator and did some searching, but couldn't find anything specific.
I have a 3 tap system and recently finished 2 taps. What's the best way to clean the lines for long term storage? I don't plan on getting enough cash to brew again till probably mid January, which means I won't keg till mid Feb, or close to 3 months away.
Right now I cleaned them and ran a light concentration of PBW through them, then ran filtered tap water through them, then blew them out with co2.
Should I run Star-san through it? I figured that could wait till I hooked a new keg up. I was worried about Star-san being an acid and sitting in the lines for a few months causing issues. I also figured I'd have to resanitize since they're not being hooked up right away, and figured I could save some solution by not sanatizing twice in between batches.
Also, should I have dried them out or left them filled with water? I figured it'd be better to have them dry as opposed to keeping them filled with water, but even blasting co2 through them still left some drops/condensation in the lines.
So, whats the consensus? Leave them filled or empty, and use Star-san or not?