Through bad planning on my part, and a lack of drinking on my wife's part, I have a lager that's ready to be racked but nothing to rack it into. I was expecting to have a free keg by now but I've been away working and not drinking enough.
So, if I put this in the cold room (32-34F) without racking it off the yeast, how long do you think it would last? I'm gonna have a keg after Christmas but will it hurt anything until then? I know it won't be as clear as it could be if I rack it closer to serving time (I have to serve it Jan 7 - not my original plan) but otherwise is there a problem? Does yeast autolysis happen slower when it's cold? It's been about 3 weeks since I made it.