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Old 07-05-2010, 08:30 PM   #1
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Default serving 4 kegs with 2 co2 tanks (fridge holds 2 cornies)

so i've always been brewing 10 gallon batches, but I've always just used my twin tap kegerator for each 5 gallon corny. i would drink and enjoy. no problem.

well, now I have 2 cornies carbonating a pale ale. i am brewing a 10 gallon batch of something else and would like to serve all 4 cornies at a bbq. can i just finish carbonating these 2 cornies, remove from kegerator and store in fridge, then carbonate next 2 cornies and serve at bbq and retap 2 cornies in storage on bbq day? does that make sense?


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sounds like a workable plan, enjoy the bbq/beer day.


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Old 07-05-2010, 09:01 PM   #3
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sounds like a workable plan, enjoy the bbq/beer day.
so i can disconnect it after it carbonates it and store it (granted there are no leaks in the cornies)? and then reconnect it when i'm ready to serve.
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Sure, you can do that. If it's carbed, it's just like being in a big bottle at that point. And like you said, make sure there are no leaks on that corny.
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Not a problem, I do that all the time.
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thank you!
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make sure you don't agitate the replacement kegs too much on BBQ day or you will end up with cloudy/yeasty beer for the second half.


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