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Are You Getting Foamy Pours?
Here’s How To Fix The Foam:
When you look at the beer line between the cold plate and your keg, before the beer has gone into the cold plate, just check for visible bubbles or air pockets in the beer line. This will be an indication that your dispense pressure is too low. Simply increase your pressure to the keg to ensure the CO2 stays in solution.
When you measure the temperature of the beverage as it comes out of the tap it should be below 5C. If it’s higher, simply ensure you have complete coverage of ice on the cold plate in the eksy/cooler and not just water.
If there is ice contact with the plate, and the temp is still above 5C, simply decrease the flow rate of product through the cold plate so the beverage has more contact time as it passes through the cold plate.
Using just CO2 to dispense your keg is fine for short periods around 6-7 hours. If you intend to go longer consider using a beer/nitrogen mix to decrease the likelyhood of overcarbonation.
You can also disconnect the kegs and take the additional CO2 out of the head space before storing the keg, say overnight, and then reattach the gasline and adjust to the higher dispense pressure again the next day.