Transporting beer.

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    I've bought a corny keg and have some beer to go in it. However I want to then transport it to Devon from Warrington. What advice would someone give about transportation? Eg pressure, storage orientation , leakage etc
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    If you’re going to leave it once you get to Devon for a day or two to settle and drop clear then you don’t need to worry really.

    If you need to dispense straight away you’d be better racking the bright carbonated beer into another keg. No matter how carefully you move it, it will get stirred up in the car.

    Pressure wise keep it at your dispensing pressure athumb..
     
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    I supply a couple of mates with a keg every brew. They just get slung in the back of the van on their sides at 10 psi.
     
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    That's great news
     

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