Originally Posted by edie
want to make sure i've got this straight - i'm going to carb @ 13psi for the usual 5-7 days then disconnect and leave in the keezer and wait for a spot to open up - correct?
Well, I won't claim TRUE or FALSE on the 5-7 days @ 13psi (my beers take longer than this to carb properly), but your thinking is accurate. You can carb it up at whatever pressure you normally do for whatever amount of time your normally do at whatever temperature you normally do, and then disconnect it and it'll be ready when you are.
edit: I don't have room in my little kegerator for more than 2 kegs, so I prime them with sugar, seal then with 20psi, and let them sit at room temp for a couple of weeks. Then when a keg in the kegerator kicks, I move one of the new ones into the kegerator. When it's cold, it's carbed and ready to drink.