I've read a lot over at the appropriate forum, including the long sticky, but still wanted to get a take on this.
I santized my keg a week ago and saved the starsan in a 6 gallon fermenter bucket (with lid -- though one very adventurous fruit fly got in before I thought to stick a bubbler in the hole in the lid) for a week since then. Just cleaned the now empty keg and filled it with the same starsan. I'm a little behind in production so it'll be two weeks or so until I'm ready to fill the keg again.
I *BELIEVE*, based on what I've read, that the starsan was probably still fine for sanitizing again today, but if I just leave it in the keg for another two weeks, pressurized , would I still have a sanitary keg then?
Or does it make sense to brew up a fresh batch in a couple of weeks and re-sanitize.
And if it IS ok, is it fine to just leave it in the somewhat warm garage ?
Thanks for any opinions...
(My next question will be, how do I stop giving so much beer to my neighbors and friends that I go through a corny every single week