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it is at 37 degrees. 5 feet of 3/16 inside diameter line, faucet is 2 feet above the keg.

Try dropping you pressure to 5-6lbs and then pour.  How is the carbonation?

As I said in the original post, it pours with a nice head, has nice lacing, but tastes flat.

Got a pH tester?

I'm still learning this stuff, but it does sound rather like beergas or something similar.  pH should tell you if you've got sufficient carbonic in there, though you'll have to dig or test commercial examples to get a comparison. Water profile being weird for the style seems plausible, but I expect you'd notice it every time you brew the style.

My bottled beer carbs just fine.


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