I have some situations that I want to combine I like to infuse adjuncts with bought bottles of stouts. For example, use GI Bourbon County as a base and add coconut flakes. Another example, when I think a stout is a bit dull to my tasting at that particular moment, I enjoy adding whatever. I do this often. I also have too many stouts in my fridge. I want to drink the big 14% 75 cl ba stouts, but it's just too much for me during the week. Ideally, I drink half of it and drink the other half the next day, or some days later. I'm asking for some advice on how to handle this. How do I keep my beer fresh and carbonated on the short term (infusing something into a beer for a couple of hours) and also on the longer term (couple days)? I'm about to purchase the ukeg 64. But how well does it work with the above-listed options? I mean, the growler will only contain 0.33 stout since I drink the other part. Is simply recapping good enough to keep a stout good for a couple days? I tried using a plastic bottle with a valve and co2 but it leaks and just doesn't work well. That's just my experience. The ultimate goal, the one-liner, is to keep open a beer and to keep it at a premium for some time. The ukeg seems to do the trick but I wonder if it works well if you only have so little beer in it... I'd love to hear other peoples opions! Any advice is appreciated! Thank you and cheers! Disclaimer: This question has been asked a few times before and, in fact, I have started my own thread about infusing before at https://www.beeradvocate.com/community/threads/french-press-with-screw-cap-for-infusing.550958/ The reason for creating a new topic is because I feel I'm very specific in my question.