Originally Posted by bren2426
I tried it this morning at 10 psi the beer blasts out of the tap I turned it to 2 but isn't it still charged at 10. Also the beer is a milky color it is a blue moon clone and when it went I to the keg it looked exactly like a blue moon color. And now that I pour it I to glass it's a milky color but it still taste the same and has a decent head. So is there to much carb in it to change the color or something different.
Keep it at 10 psi, or even 12 psi. You need longer lines. You should have at least 8' of 3/16" line to start with, but going with 10' is better.
If it's only been a couple of days, it won't be carbed yet. It needs to be at 10-12 psi at fridge temperatures for at least a week or two to carb up.
The reason it poured milky is that some of the yeast is at the bottom of the keg, and the keg pours from the bottom. If you don't move the keg any more, it will stop pouring yeasty.