When I first started kegging my SOP was to set it and forget it somewhere around 10-11psi. The beer would be ok to drink after 7 days, but I noticed it was perfect after about 2 weeks. Then I'd dial it back to 5-8psi. I got tired of waiting so long (only have a 2 tap system) so now I do it different, quicker, but with good results. I seal the keg with the gas up to 30psi. It sits for 24hrs at 30, then I dial it back to 15psi and it sits another 24hrs. Then down to 10psi. At that point it's good enough to drink, but will be perfect within the next few days, obviously depending on the carbonation needed with the style of beer. When it reaches the desired level (usually within 4-7days) I dial the pressure down to 5-10psi for regular dispensing. Again, depending on style. This has worked well for me over the last 6 months or so.
Hope this helps!
Primary: Black Rye Sasion w/Pepper
Kegged: Weizenbock, Amarillo Pale Ale, Cascading Munich SMaSH, Belgian Golden Strong Ale, German Pils
Bottled: Nikko's Wobbly Wine, Neapolitan Stout
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