eh i can't fit kegs on my hump, but thats okay cause that's where all my gas lines go and where i store beer.
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In my setup I find that 7 foot beer lines at 10 PSI works well.
I get a bit of a slow pour and about a half inch of foam in a pint glass of beer.
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This question is addressed in part 4 of JP's & JZ's "Watergasm". Calculate for RA for the mash water but the sparge doesn't need adjustments. Then add in the kettle for bitterness/maltiness targets if desired.
Ok, then I would not describe my most recent porter as any of the things cited above. I'm thinking the beer just has a good deal of body. My father-in-law described the beer as being "thick" but with really good flavor. I detect a bit of sweetness, but nothing that I would describe as over the top of maple syrup like.