- Apr 8, 2014
- Reaction score
- Galle Crater, Mars
Yeah in theory I agree with you, though in my experience theory and practice don't always see eye to eye.I don't know the answer definitively but presumably oxidation only occurs when there has been exposure to oxygen over time. So if you were to very gently pour the bottles into the keg so as not to trap oxygen in the beer and then purge, I can't see it being a big deal.
Now there's some practical advice, I like it :thumba:I guess you could always take periodic samples from the keg and if the beer is showing signs of deteriorating, just get it down the hatch ASAP.