If I didn't want to futz with a CO2 system and regulator and such, but recently picked up a old sanke keg, could I ferment in carboy as usual, then transfer to sanke and prime with sugar, as if I was bottle carbing, would my beer carbonate in the usual ~2 weeks?
also, from there, what would I need to get the beer into my glass/mouth?
Research has told me I'd need a coupler (sanke obviously) and some 3/8 beer tubing, hardware to connect the tubing to the faucet (basically a nipple, o-ring, sleeve, and hose clamp) and then the faucet.
is that right? because if thats the case, I'd rather plop down 100 bucks and never have to bottle again.