So who is the club night organizer?
I would probably bring two kegs, or perhaps four if I can strap them together and call them a 'single bag.'. I'm working on a recipe using malt grown in the fields near me, hops grown in the chateau next door and wild yeast collected in october. Then aged on French oak.
For those of you who flew with your kegs, did you have to vent them all the way first? Would they keep a seal with no CO2 pressure?
We plan on flying in seating class "A," which is discounted first class (1300 per person as opposed to 980 per person for the super cheap seats, which seems like a deal to me) so I would hope that as a first class passenger I'd get a little leeway in what I bring onboard. But I dunno.
Phil, i don't know of anyone who flew with their kegs, but a few clubs shipped them. I think you might be better off flying to Ron's in January and brewing with him, and then serving it in Philly.