So i kegged 5 gallons of IPA last week. I burst carbonated at 20PSI for 24 hrs, then brought down to 12 until it was ready to drink. After two days it was pretty carbed up, but super foamy. When i reduced the pressure down to 5 it would pour slower with less but then started to go flat after a day. So i brought it back up to 12 in order to get it back to where it should be. 2 days later, beer is still not totally carbed but all i get is foam. First sip tastes fine but then the rest is flat.
My guess is that Co2 is coming out of the solution and its not entirely balanced. I use 10ft of 3/16 tubing, FYI. Any thoughts on what my issues could be? For now i am just letting it sit at 12 PSI. Will the foam goes down once its carbed up 100%? I did see some bubbles in the tap line yesterday also, which is more evidence of Co2 leaving the solution. Planning on just leaving it at 12% for awhile then checking back in on it.