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Old 02-16-2007, 02:05 AM   #1
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Default Kegging rotation and serving question

I have a corny of hb in my kegger now (Thur) Wife is buying some Blue Moon for a week end party. I don't know if we have room for both in the kegger so - can I have this corny pressurized at 20 psi for 2-3 days and then detatch pressurized and store in cellar until wify's party keg of Blue Moon is kicked? Or do I need to chug my brown ale real fast?

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You can definitely let it sit in the basement. It will remain happy, no prob at all!

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