I have 4 Perlick forward sealing faucets right now and love them. They never stick. Zero issues with beers that only get poured once a week.
I'm thinking of replacing one with a stout faucet to serve with beer blend gas (75% C02, 25% N2) to get that creamy head for the beer styles that would benefit (clones of beer like Boddingtons, Caffreys, etc).
I would carb these beers at around 8-10 psi using regular (100% pure) CO2. Once they are carbed I would dispense with beer gas at about 30 PSI out of the stout faucet which has the restrictor plate in place to give that nice, smooth, creamy headed beer.
Does this make sense?
Do stout faucets get 'stuck' like regular rear-sealing faucets?
Is there anyone that makes forward sealing stout faucets?
My understanding is that you can't use a regular faucet (such as my Perlicks) for beer gas due the high pressure needed. It would make a huge mess.