So I'm supplying 1 corny keg for something that everyone can drink, probably a pale ale or Irish red or something. My plan is to brew it this weekend, sit in the primary for 3 weeks, then since I'm short on time, naturally carbonate it via priming sugar in a keg, so it can carbonate and age for 3 more weeks, and the party is the week after.
My main question is, will I get adequate carbonation doing it this way? I know I still have to supply one of those mini co2 dispensor things, I'm just trying to avoid force carbonation for a couple of issues I've been having in the past.
Also I will throw it in the fridge for a week before the party, but have no interest in bringing my kegorator to the party, so I am either going to throw it in my cooler mash tun with ice, or my keggle so it looks like a full keg of beer. My question is, how long will it have to sit after I bring it to the party before I can dispense and not turn all of the BMC drinkers off with the yeast that was stirred up?
Thank you for your responses.