I agree, no shake for me eitherOk so there isn't one psi I can leave it at for 48 hours to get it reasonably carbed up?
I thought I have seen on brulosophy that they carb at 50psi for 24 hours of something.
Ok, for 48 hrs, I leave it at 30psi/40F. That gets it close, then I drop down to serving pressure. As for the 24 hour plan, 40psi won't vent the regulator but I do know that some regulators will let you go higher. 30psi x 2 days or 40psi-ish X 1 day would be safest. Or the shake method which I'm not a huge fan of.
Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
I had done "set and forget" for my first three kegging experiences (I tried shaking the first one and it just seemed awkward), but this time tried 20 degrees psi for 2 days, then turned it down to 10 psi. The only drawback was that the keg hadn't cleared as much as it would have if I had ignored it for a week. But it's a 2.5gal keg and it was really carbed up by the first day.