I have been brewing my own beer for a short time and have just begun kegging it. I have three kegs but just enough room in my keg refrigerator for two. Does it matter if the beer is primed, carbonated, and aged in the keg at room temperature and then put in the fridge when ready for dispensing? I brew only ales.
Bottle- and keg-conditioned ales must go through several key steps before they can be refrigerated and enjoyed. The first step is to estimate the volume of beer and to add an appropriate
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