Today, my boss brought me in about a gallon of some commercial beer that came from a keg (what a great boss!) Nothing better than free beer!
He doesn't drink, and he had some left over from a keg from a party that he had recently. I think it's Holy Grail Ale.
He put it into a lightly sealed iced-tea server, so I am figuring that the carbonation is pretty much nonexistent.
My question is, can I put in some yeast and put it into bottles with carb tabs and recarbonate the stuff?
I'm figuring it's a bit oxidized, but I don't plan on aging it for any period of time so I'm not too worried about it.
I have never repitched yeast for bottling (for my homebrews). I have some Safale dry ale yeast, can I just throw it in the beer in the bottling bucket?