I have an IPA that I would like to keg AND bottle, but I'm not sure how to go about doing it.
The goal is to attempt bottling a few large bottles to take to a buddy who lives out of state next month, but still keg it so I can drink it quicker.
Is there an easy way to bottle a few and then keg it?
How much sugar to use to bottle?
Can I use the whole sugar amount, bottle the amount needed, then keg and force carbonate the rest?
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