Kegs - Chilling then Removing to Room Temp?
I have two situations in which I need to put kegs in a cool freezer and then remove them to a warm room. Don't know if this will have any consequences.
Situation A: My freezer fits three kegs and currently HAS three kegs. I will be kegging two more ales this weekend and want to put them on gas to get them carbed up and ready for visitors in two weeks. That means I have to remove two kegs that are already carbed and on gas in order to make room for the teo new ones. I will have to leave them on gas at room temperature while the 2 new beers carb. Will this be a problem for the beers already cooled and carbed to be at room temp?
Situation B: Similarly, I want to brew two lagers and chill them (probably not on CO2 to carb) but I won't know when I'll be able to serve them (the guests will visit later this year, date unknown.) So I will have to remove them from the freezer to make way for other fermenting beer. Is it a problem to chill and then leave at room temp?
Any advice would be much appreciated.
Long range forecast:
5G Carboy Primary (1):
5G Carboy Primary (2):
2.5G Carboy Primary:
Kegged: alt, Belgo Clone Wars, Salt n' Peppa IPA, Slip One to the Porter, Russian Oligarch Stout, Rye Around Sally IPA, California Commoner, No Fail Cream Ale.