So I've tried to find an answer and no one seems to have had this "exact" problem, lots of foam problems though. When I pour a beer out of my kegerator the first 1 second of the pour is foam and then after that it looks fine. This ruins the entire pour, which only takes about 3 seconds because of all the foam. This happens every beer no matter how many I pour consecutively. I get a really nice pour after the initial foam though but as soon as i close the tap and open it again it foams.
I have had the beer sitting at 35 degrees, initial 30psi for about 12 hours and then 12 psi for 3 days. 5' of 3/16 beverage hose. Serving at 35 degrees 8psi. This happened 3 days after kegging and is still doing it even after several days of no c02 hooked and purging every 12 hours or so not much pressure releasing when I purge.
Its like I have foam in my hose or in my tap, tap is ice cold too btw. Even tried a chilled glass still lots of foam.
Edit: Ok I poured the foam into a seperate glass and filled another glass with the beer flow, perfect pour... so it is something with the beer that is sitting in the hose or tap, not the despensing system itself.
Could my tap be too warm??? It is cold to the touch and my hose is inside the freezer with a 5" personal fan running 24/7
Oh, and I don't have a tower