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Old 04-02-2008, 05:35 AM   #1
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Wow, bubbles in my beer is the best sound since.......I don't know. THat was awesome. I did the shake at 25 PSI for a minute until I heard no more bubbles going into the beer and then set it into the fridge35degrees(pics to come later) and set it to 15 PSI. It is a cream ale and my F.G. was 1.013. Am I alright at leaving it at 15PSI for a few days and checking it daily?
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Old 07-01-2008, 07:06 PM   #2
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Congrats! I'm new to kegging myself.....just froze a keg last night on accident

I've been using the 30PSI for 2days then to serving pressure...so far so good!

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Old 07-01-2008, 08:55 PM   #3
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I'm new too...congrats! I set at 12lbs (my typical serving pressure so no need to fiddle with the regulator later), let it sit in my fridge, and in about 6days its nicely carbed.
I did this for my first kegged wheat and now apfelwein and was happy with the results.

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I'm new too...congrats! I set at 12lbs (my typical serving pressure so no need to fiddle with the regulator later), let it sit in my fridge, and in about 6days its nicely carbed.
I did this for my first kegged wheat and now apfelwein and was happy with the results.
that's what I do.

just because its keg'd, and carb'd, doesn't mean its not young beer that needs to age and mellow the flavors.

thus I've always just force carb'd at serving pressure for a week or so.
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