Sticking your face in the fermenting bucket isn't a good idea either, a good wiff of co2 will knock you on your a$$, literally takes your breath away:)
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My propane company says that the most that they can let me drive home with is 60 lbs total. I don't know if it is a law or regulation or their own safety standard but I have made 2 trips before....hence the need to rotate the supply correctly!Never heard of that but I suppose it could be a law, I simply swap tanks at Lowes and very rarely am I doing all 6 at the same time, usually 3-4 at a time.
I like to have a valve between the regulator and the keg so that if it appears overcarbed I can shut off supply and just use the existing carbonation to push until it settles down. Meanwhile I might monkey with the pressure. You probably have something similar.Euge,
At this point it does seem like a carbonation issue. Or something in the diptube. Have you pulled that out yet?
Maybe the valve in the QD is giving the trouble. Try that line on a "good" keg.That's a good idea Steve! Thanks.
I don't think the over carbonation would be causing that, and it's only a little over carbonated. My guess would be a clog or restriction of some type on the beverage sided. I have had hop bits stuck in the poppet that knocked CO2 out of solution.