OK, So I brewed 3 batches during the past several weekends. Two of them got kegged this past weekend. I only have 2 kegs right now. The 3rd batch should be ready this weekend (3rd week in primary).
The problems is: I don't want to bottle this batch (spoiled by kegs) and I don't want to rush through one of my kegs just to free it up. So my plan was to rack this batch into a secondary carboy and leave it sit for like 3 or 4 more weeks until a keg gets emptied. I may even use that technique on here about bottling from a keg to help empty one of them.
The batch is The Innkeeper from Northern Brewer so it's a lighter kind of beer. Will it be OK sitting for an additional 3 or 4 weeks?
Also, how long does beer stay good in a keg? I've had a homebrew that was over a year old in bottles and it was still really good. Not that I want to tie up a keg that long, but I was just wondering if there was some kind of age guideline.