I have been brewing at a much faster rate than normal lately and I have three batches of beer that are finishing secondary fermentation this week. I plan on kegging this weekend. The good news is I have three kegs in the refrigerator today on tap and all about half empty. The bad news is I do not have room for any additional kegs. My question is this: How long can I store non-carbonated beer in kegs prior to moving them to the refrigerator for chilling and carbonation? Should I add priming sugar to the kegs and condition like bottles? My basement, where the kegs will be stored is about 72-74 degrees F; will this cause off flavors? The fermentation and secondary were all performed at 66 degrees F. The yeast used in the batches that need to be stored are: Denny's Fav 50; British Ale II; Danstar Nottingham My guess is that the kegs will store well as long as I purge with CO2 prior to storage but I have never done this in the past? Suggestions and advise welcome.