You shouldn't have problems if the sanitation is good, you purge the bottles before filling, and use PureSeal caps.
Whenever I've bottled beers in the 20-25 years, it has awlays been fully cleared and conditioned beer from the keg.
I've even kept stronger beers that way, at cellar temperature, for as long a 10-15 years and haven't had any problems. I have even stored many of them at cellar temperature. I don't routinely keep them that long (the average is more like a year or two) but the point is that they can last far longer.
Cleanliness and avoiding any oxidation are the most important points.