This may seem like a dumb question but I need to ask anyway. Does the carbonation volume effect how long it takes to carb up? The obvious answer to me seems to be yes but I know in brewing the obvious answer isn't always the right answer. The reason I got to thinking this was that I kegged a bitter last week and primed it with .4 oz of sugar as per an online calculator. Within 4 days it had enough pressure to pour out with some foam and have a nice mouth feel to it. I realize that I will still need to cold crash it so the beer can absorb the co2. Any thoughts? Should I go ahead and cold crash it after a week?
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