I'm having some difficulty with serving/kegging my homebrew on Nitro. Heres what I did:
Kegged my oatmeal stout two weeks ago (ball lock corny if that matters). I put my beer gas mixture on the OUT post at 35 PSI.
Unfortunately I ignored it for two weeks and when I went to put it in the kegerator today my beer gas tank was EMPTY!!! Nothing inside. This was a brand new tank, mind you. My keg was pressurized, though. I dont think my keg has a leak but it may. I can check that tomorrow.
Either way, I've read so many conflicting bits of info on this forum (and other sites). Some people say to carb with CO2, serve with beer gas. Others 'carb' with beer gas and serve with beer gas. One thing I read even recommended a carb stone in the keg... not sure how to set that up.
I guess I'm just looking for clarity. What do you do on your set up? What works? What didn't? Tips, tricks?
Thanks for any help... I'm thirsty.
EDIT: I 'carb' at 38F