Originally Posted by JuanMoore
It builds enough pressure to verify a sealed keg within a day at the most. I've carbed ~8 kegs this way, and they all sealed fine, but I verified the seal after a day each time just to be sure. Now I have a second CO2 tank at my shop where I do my fermentation so I can seal the kegs with pressure when I prime to carb.
How do you go about verifying the keg has sealed this way?