So.... I have a 20l corny keg which my brews go into to be force carbed. The missis wont let me have another fridge in the house, which means if i were to get one in the garage i would need to leg it all the way outside to grab a pour. Ive tried using an unpresssurised growler to dispense into then refrigerate, but it goes hideously flat very quickly. My thinking is I will get a smaller pressure keg like a 5 litre or something that can go in the fridge inside. The main carb can be done in the garage in the big keg, then at the weekend transfer under pressure to the smaller one and then pop it in the fridge to chill and dispense. My question is (as i currently dont have fridge in the garage either) can i carb at room temp in the large keg, transfer under pressure tot he small than refrigerate sucessfully? This would save me having to store the large keg in a fridge all the time? Im just wondering if it would be a pain trying to get the right amount of carb in at room temp vs whats in the beer when its refrigerated?