I'm not all that new at brewing unless you consider two years new. I guess it's sorta new but I know my way around a little. Something I just started doing is kegging my beer rather than bottling. The bottling process took forever with the cleaning etc. so this seemed like the way to go.
While the beer tastes great I am having a problem with carbonation. I pressurized the tank with 30 psi, shook it for about five minutes and tried a little, it was decent. I left it in the fridge overnight at 30 psi and tried my first glass just moments ago serving it at 8 psi. It's cold and tastes good but the head is weak. I checked the tank and keg for a possible leak but it's holding pressure just fine. Any ideas why my beer is not well carbonated? I checked the pressure relief on the keg and it hisses so I know there's pressure in there.
BTW it's a BASS ALE clone.
“This is grain, which any fool can eat, but for which the Lord intended a more divine means of consumption... Beer!” - Friar Tuck in ‘Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves’