Originally Posted by Dgonza9
[...]I imagine the easiest/cheapest thing to do is to use your existing setup. Just pressurize each keg to 30psi from your existing setup. Then you can store it. I believe that pressure is sufficient carbonation at room temp. Correct me if I'm wrong, though, guys.
A single 30psi pressurization on a full keg won't even come close to carbonating the contents. No doubt you're read of all the "burst carb" exploits involving 36 hours or more under constant 30psi pressure to achieve a decent carb level...
 fwiw, I went ahead with investing in a second regulator/tank setup for a separate carbonation system using one of my brew fridges. Totally worth it, when my keezer kicks a keg I can just pull a fresh, fully carbed keg out of a fridge and be good to go, and never have to deal with "burst carb" scenarios...