New to kegging and I've got a 2 keg kegerator system with perlick forward sealing taps. About a week ago, I finished the beer from one of the kegs. Being in a hurry at the time, I did not even think to turn off the valve to that keg, nor did I remove the CO2 hose or beer hose from the keg.
I came back to my other beer this week, and noticed teh CO2 tank is completely out. Although my other beer is still carbonated fine, and I poured one beer OK from the tap, the CO2 tank is completely out, and had been full before hooked up to these 2 kegs.
I'm assuming that perhaps the CO2 was able to go up through the empty beer hose and leak out at the tap... In that case I wouldnt have to worry about any other kind of leak, which I wouldn't suspect because I never opened the kegerator or messed with anything.. Any ideas??
I'm planning to fill growlers to finish off the 2nd keg tonight so the beer doesn't lose carbonation. Should I be able to pull the rest of the beer off the keg without trouble?? (Probably about 1.5 to 2 gallons left.) ..