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Old 10-02-2012, 01:08 PM   #1
Oct 2012
Crown Point, IN
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Good morning,

I just bought my first keg and put a pale ale in it the other day. I left it at a friends house who does not know much of brewing. Well I came back a few days later to find that there was a leak in the gas line. I pulled the release on the top of the keg and no CO2 came out and on top of that the brew store was closed for a few days and that's where I get refills. Is my beer ruined now that it has sat for 3 days without pressure?

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Old 10-02-2012, 10:48 PM   #2
May 2011
Stow, MA
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As long as the keg is kept closed there's no oxygen getting in there, so it will be just fine when you get your CO2 setup straightened out...


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