I have an Oatmeal Stout that I have carbed at basement temperature. My basement is currently sitting at 68* and so I set the pressure to 20 PSI to achieve a carbonation level of 2 volumes of CO2, per the calculator I used.
Space has opened up in my keezer to place the keg inside to cool off, but I do not yet have a gas line available. My keezer is set at 45*, which would require a dispensing level of 9 PSI to maintain my 2 volumes of CO2. My question is: will leaving the keg in the keezer at 20 PSI, but not hooked up to gas, over-cabronate the beer? I’m wondering if I should bleed the keg now and then top it back up at 9 PSI until I’m ready to leave the gas hooked up for dispensing.
Am I over-thinking this?