Hi guys I'm about to keg and carbonate my first Corney keg, very exciting stuff. American Pale Ale will be kegged. If I carbonate at fridge temp +-5C I can save CO2 by not having to carb at high pressure and the beer will absorb the CO2 quicker and easier. But I plan to take the keg out and put it into a mobile kegerator and serve at a party using a cold plate. The keg will then warm up and the gas will expand, will this make it foam up and cause issues while serving? Even though its running through a cold plate? My other thought is to carb at room temp using more gas and when its ready, move it to the kegerator and go to the party and serve through the cold plate - but will this affect the expansion/contraction of the gas in the beer? So basically, question is to carb at room temp or fridge temp? Oh and off topic - could I use the same cold plate to fast-chill hot wort after the boil?