Originally Posted by aarong
I can keep it colder what temperature do you recommend? I can get it down in the 30's.
I think if you're going to dispense it warm, that carbing it warm would be an advantage as well. Raising the temperature would cause the co2 to come out of solution. If you're going to dispense warm, I really suggest LONG beer lines to keep the foam to a minimum.
My kegerator is set at 40 degrees, and my psi is 12 psi on my regulator. I don't like making changes in temp or in psi, because that changes the carb level and the way the beer responds.
If you really want to have your kegerator at 54 degrees, that's fine. But then don't change the temperature. Carb it up at 54 degrees as well, is what I"m saying.