When carbonating my beer, I keep the temp at 38 degrees and adjust the PSI level to 10. I will give it at least a week or so, before serving. When it comes time to serve, it seems like if I don't bleed the keg for each beer I pour, then the beer I pour is almost all head. Even after I bleed the keg, pour (No problem if I pour immediately after I bleed), wait 10 minutes and pour another beer, I get the same result. This just doesn't seem right to me...After speaking with the owener of keg connections, I know that my lines are not too long and I have a fan blowing cold air up into the tower to keep the lines at the top cold. Should I be lowering the PSI when I serve it?
Thanks for any help you can offer.