- Mar 7, 2022
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Last week on Thursday I kegged 3 different beers in my Corny kegs and have force carbonated and put them back under pressure. I went the usual route of pressuring the kegs at 30PSI and rolling them for about 7-8 minutes for my Kolsch and Blonde Ale, but I decided to roll my IPA for about 16 minutes since I read some results saying to roll for 10 minutes and other for 20. I have them back on the tees at 18PSI and the IPA seems to be the only one having a good head and more thorough carbonation. The former 2 will pour with some fizz but don't taste like they have much to them in comparison. Could I need to reseat the lids on the 2 and roll them again, or do I just need more time? Or could it just have been the extra time rolling the IPA that gave it the head start?