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Old 10-08-2009, 06:03 PM   #11
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the carbonation will last longer if the water is clean (charcoal filtration is a big help) and you need to keep the co2 connected all the time. i like 60psi myself, but that requires at least 10' of 3/16" line to dispense properly.
+1 to keeping co2 connected. If you dont, the increasing headspace in the keg will lead to less carbonation in the water.


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