Just got into kegging this weekend, and was lucky enough to have plenty of snow outside to keep it cold for three days.
Well I've been working and getting lazy and not keeping the beer cold: is this a problem? If bottle don't need to be chilled, why should a keg...that was my thought process, but then I read in a press release that Great Lakes Brewery needs to keep their beer cold from brewery to patron because it's not pasturized, just like my beer.
So what's the deal? Will my beer eventually go bad if I do the chill/warm/chill thing? If this is a problem, what do some of you who also can't afford a kegerator right now do?