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Old 12-13-2013, 01:47 PM   #21
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I bet that it is pouring much more nicely now.

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Old 12-14-2013, 08:26 PM   #22
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Thanks all.

It is pouring at a great rate now. i am still getting a lot of foam. Almost the whole glass. Still only set at 10 psi. I have poured about 2 glasses. Maybe i need to just keep going for it to work itself out. Once it settles it tastes pretty good!

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Thanks all.

It is pouring at a great rate now. i am still getting a lot of foam. Almost the whole glass. Still only set at 10 psi. I have poured about 2 glasses. Maybe i need to just keep going for it to work itself out. Once it settles it tastes pretty good!

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It's possible that your keg is over carbed. Take it off the gas, and keep serving it like that. When it no longer has enough pressure to pour put it back on the gas. It might take a couple days to run out of pressure, meanwhile the co2 in the beer might equalize better.
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Old 12-14-2013, 11:17 PM   #24
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It will take plenty of time. You will pour it will appear to be out of gas yet it will still be overcarbed. Purge all the pressure from it repeatedly over the course of a few days. Only then do the set and forget method of putting it at serving pressure and leaving it that way for a week or so. You should eventually have a pour that is flawless.

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