Hmm, instead of doing 2 seperate batches, i guess i could put 2.5 gallons in one keg with raspberry syrup, and 2.5 gallons in another keg with fruit? I would use the fruit keg as a secondary at this point. Hit it with co2 to seal the lid and let it sit for a couple weeks, rack to a new keg after that and put co2 on the carbonate? Im new to both beer brewing and kegging, so i guess thats the right process? Using a keg as a secondary, i would just put co2 in it, bleed it, co2, bleed, do that a few times to get the o2 out, then put enough co2 in to seal it up? Can it just be stored for a couple weeks or do i have to put more co2 in every so often?