So, I've been having some issues with getting a keg to carb (mainly due to my not checking for leaks). Got that all worked out. So, I've had this keg sitting for a while that I had some sugar solution in, and there's plenty of pressure. Tonight, just to be sure, I pulled a glass. Lots of foam. Flat beer.
Here's my questions: the keg was warm. Is that why there was no CO2 in solution (as I know that beers carb better cold)? Or should it be even somewhat carbed when I pull a glass? Again, loads of foam, flat beer, confused new kegger.
Followup, sort of unrelated question about the beer gun. If you transfer beer to a keg with priming sugar, then bottle the beer before it's carbed with the beer gun, should it not reasonably carb? Or is it just better to wait a week or two first, chill it, then bottle?