Kegged a bit ago
I have a batch that I brewed (IPA), put in a secondary and the kegged in a corny, purged it a couple times and put it on 20lbs... then the issues....I had it in the basement and was going to crack it after a bit... well a bit turned into months, What are the chances it is still good? if the keg was tight, their was no oxygen, would it be fine or do you need to keep the pressure on it... Just wondering if that was a first or if someone might have a preview of my outcome.
I would say, if the keg sealed when pressurized its fine.
Especially if there is still some pressure.
Did you put in any priming sugar, or is it a force carb?
If it's a force carb, the CO2 may be absorbed, and you could have a low carb, low pressure situation.
Just put some more in.
If you primed, pressure should be good.
temperature will come into play as well. colder temps will preserve it longer than warmer temps. Should be fine but only one way to find out.
DRINK IT! Even if it's bad, don't let beer go to waste!
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