Originally Posted by hshiggins
Thanks for the response guys. It's right around 38 degrees which is why I thought it'd have no issues carbonating. Since it's not foaming, do you all think I should just keep carbonating it? I'm all paranoid I'm going to be serving bitter flat beer tomorrow heh.
It seems like it should be fairly carbed if you've already had it on 30 for two days and 38 degrees. Can you see any bubbles come out of solution when you hold it up to the light? What about if you swirl your glass? Don't know how light the beer is, but you should be able to see CO2 coming out of solution if you give it a swirl. I suppose you could swirl a commercial brew for comparison. If it's too flat for you, I'd say hit it again for a while, but keep a close watch cause it's easy to over do it with that high pressure. Good luck!