Originally Posted by NewBrewB
Is it bad to transfer beer out keg1 to beer out keg2? Wondering if filling from the bottom will be more stable.
Either way, I think doing it enclosed is a solid idea. Thanks!
Im cooling them both in the kegerator now so they will be the same temp.
When I transfer beer from keg to keg, I make a "jumper cable" out of two black quick disconnects and a few feet of beerline.
They go on the "out" posts of both kegs.
What I do is purge the receiving keg with co2, and then turn the gas down to 2 psi on the original keg. Hook the first black QD up to the original keg and then purge the receiving keg again, and hook up the other black QD. The beer should start to flow. Keep pulling the pressure relief valve as the new keg fills.
You can then let the keg sit, or chill the beer and bottle it. If it's still overcarbed, just pull the pressure relief valve until it isn't, and then chill and use the bottle filler.