Originally Posted by JRems
Use a sake coupler connected to a beer side disconnect for the corny. This way the beer goes gently down the dip tube. Make sure the keg is cold and push at 5-6 psi. Just keep purging the air out of the corny so it keeps flowing. When it's full switch to the next keg.
As described by this brewer....
I have blended kegs together two Cornies in to a third and topped off a Corny from another.
I took a peice of tubing and put a "OUT" connectpor on both.
Connected the two kegs together
Open the pressure release valve on one and put gass on the other and "POOF":::: a beer transfer.
Well the first time is because aI had a Keg of tasteless beer and a keg of beer with to much Black Patient Malt... Mixing them made a drinkable beer.
Another time I just a had a few gallons in a multiple kegs and I was going to a party... I did not want to take a bunch of "partials" so I blended the beer.