So, what does a brewing schedule look like for one of these beers?
Day 1: Make the wort
Days 2, 3, 4, 5: Ferment
Day 6: Crash-cool the beer (e.g. put it in a bathtub full of salty icewater or put it in the fridge) to flocculate as much yeast and precipitate as much protein as possible. Rack the beer into a new vessel.
Day 7: Rack the beer into a keg (you will have gotten a lot more yeast flocculating overnight), then force-carbonate it. Force-carbonating just means that you force carbon dioxide into the headspace in the keg, where it eventually dissolves into the beer. The carbonation can take as little as a couple of minutes, but best to leave it a few hours. There are ways to do this, and your best bet is to look at videos online or have someone who knows what they're doing to either do it for you, or show you how to do it. You don't want to have your Bipartisan Brew turn into a Bipartisan Bomb.