With my first child newly arrived, I’ve found my homebrew schedule tough to maintain. For this reason, I converted a sanke coupler to fit my two tap kegerator. Tapped my first keg, and didn’t realized that I didn’t have the CO2 running to the keg yet when I pulled the pressure relief valve. Noticed pretty much immediately and turned the CO2 on at the source. My questions, did I risk flattening the beer? Did I risk oxidizing the beer? Figured I’d be in a select group of idiots if I managed to oxidize a commercial keg, but just wanted to know what I may be up against.
I know the normal RHWHAHB, but as noted above, I haven’t had time to make any so the house is homebrew free.