I looked back about 3-4 pages on the forum to see what good threads I could find before starting this post. I found some good info, but wanted to throw it out there anyway to get some more current feedback.
I have always gone with the set it and forget method when it comes to carbing my kegs. Very happy with that, but I just tapped two new kegs and have two more batches which will be ready to be kegged within the next 2-3 days. Without extra CO2 tanks I can't go with the set ti and forget it method right now so I wanted to get some info on priming my keg with corn sugar (like bottles).
I know I will get a little more sediment, but that is no big concern for me. I can deal with that. DO I use less corn sugar because of increased head space? Use the same amount I would use for bottles?
Are there any other pros and / or cons to doing this based on my setup? I could always bottle the next batch or two, but wanted to have at least 1 or 2 backup kegs for when the two I have tapped run out which will be in a few weeks.
As always thanks for the feedback!