Liquid will absorb more CO2 at a lower temperature at a given pressure, this is simple. But for two different temperatures and pressures corresponding to a similar solubility equilibrium won't the higher temperature reach equilibrium much quicker? Intuitively it seems like this would follow a 10C = 2x the speed rule of thumb from chemistry, unless I am missing something.
So if I were to force carb at 65F (26psi) outside of my kegerator instead of 45F (15psi), I would think that I could expect to do it in 4-5 days instead of the 8-10 I typically experience in my kegerator?
This is relevant because I have 4-5 beers I would to carb up and enter into a competition in a month or so. After nice long lagering/conditioning I hate to go with a shake method to achieve carbonation as I just don't know how long it would take to resettle everything back out. I will go with a burst technique but I am thinking I should bring them out of the 32F lagering stage to a 50F room just for the carbonation period.