The simple solution to this is to tip the bucket before you start to drain. So with that done it was time to transfer.
It’s always easier to transfer with a homebrew (or two)Tipping the bucket allowed me to stop just before the sediment got sucked out.
With all the beer in the keg into the fridge it went. This was a bit more challenging because, drumroll please, the fridge had finally been filled.It was a little bit of a squeeze but all the kegs fit in there just perfectly, now it was time to wait while the beer carbonated. Till then, Prost!