Is there anyway you can bottle it ? but to answer your question.. IMO.. You will def. lose some carbonation, due to the temperature rising.. beer accepts more co2 at lower temps and releases it at higher temps.. can you re-carb ? sure.. will the beer be exactly the same? no, but it won't be bad.. just flavors won't be as balanced... again, this is stuff that I have encountered in almost similar situations... So if somebody else has hard facts, chime in..
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