This may sound weird to you guys, but what the heck.
I notice when I am out somewhere and the change the keg, the beer towards the end of the first keg is always better.
The bubbles seem smaller and the beer is tastier. If you stir some of the bubbles out of the new keg beer it tastes much better. If you stir too much it gets flat. It's like there is some carbonation in the first half of the keg that shouldn't be there.
In my keg at home, it's pretty consistent, but generally is best around the half way mark.
ANy ideas? Am I even making sense?
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