The carbonation seems to have balanced out. The underlying problem is the fact that I let the grains boil at over 170 dgress (actually at 202 degrees F) and I have read that tannis leeching makes a bitter taste. The beer lines are also too short at 4.7 feet.
So I have the dirty trifecta of homebrewing and 1st time kegging.
My next batch is almost ready for kegging. I will invite my 300 pound loser friend over to frain the crappy beer keg.
OK, if anyone cares, the force carbonation did overcarbonate the beer. When the keg had a leak, some carbonation did get infused into the beer. Then when I re-filled the CO2 tank, I jacked up the pressure even more wanting to be able to drink my 1st kegged beer in 3 days.
Then when I thought the beer was flat and tasted bad, I even rocked the keg back and forth for a few minutes. Burping the keg let out some pressure, but by 03-16-2013 all of the head was gone and the taste of the beer was so bitter that it was completely undrinkable. I poured out the last 1/6th of the keg.
Blue Moon Clone is now in the keg. Set the PSI to 10 and just waiting until it is ready. I'll never force carbonate again.
When I want to force carb I rack my beer to the keg and set the reg to 30 psi. With the keg at room temperature
24 hours later of refrigeration I set to 10 psi and its pretty darn spot on every single time.