I just bought my first keg, regulator and CO2 tank. My LHBS owner advised me to set my regulator for 20-25 psi, force carb the keg, shake vigorously for a minute or so, and then to disconnect the tubing, regulator and CO2 tank. He suggested I do this once a day for a few days, and then to lower my pressure down and serve after a week. He suggested I do this in case there was any leak in my line that might drain my CO2 tank if I left it on. Does this sound right? It seems to fly in the face of what I've read.
Samuel Waterston Beer Co.
Thinking About: Strawberries and Cream Ale
Primary Fermenter: Nuthin...
Secondary Fermenter:"C-4 IPA!", American Wheat
Conditioning: 4 C's IPA
Drinkin': 4 C's American Pale Ale