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Old 07-24-2010, 02:28 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by pixelkeg View Post
So after you chill the water, does it need to stay chilled, or is it ok to leave the keg out in my pantry after the initial carbonation to sit for a week? And do you leave it connected to the tank after a week, or you disconnect after that?
after the water is carbonated you can store the keg at room temperature. however, you won't want to serve it until it's chilled again..

canned beer and soda sit out at room temperature with no carbonation loss all of the time.

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co2 is absorbed much faster at colder temps. once it is carbed, you can disconnect and store it wherever.
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