Originally Posted by VTbrewer89
Awesome. I was hoping for a fundamental problem.
I can easily get tubing tomorrow. Do we see anything else I can do tonight so that this pours like a champ tomorrow?
What's the beer temp? If it's over ~39° you'll probably want the beer line to be 10-12'. If it's under 38°, you'll probably be fine with the same 7' length, but the correct inner diameter. Also, make sure you're opening the faucet all the way when you pour. Opening it part way will create a restriction and cause foaming.
For filling growlers, you're going to want to reduce the serving pressure down to a couple PSI, vent the keg, and then fill chilled growlers (put them in the freezer for a while before filling). Find some tubing that fits tightly inside or over the faucet spout and cut it so that it's long enough to reach the bottom of the growler so that you can fill them from the bottom up.