I just received a Kegerator for Christmas. I picked up a ^th of Dogfish 60 Minute. What temperature and cO2 settings do you recommend?
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We asked Ryan Mazur, one of our off-centered quality control technicians, to give us the rundown on our lab kegerator. He keeps it set between 40 to 45 degrees Fahrenheit and 7 to 8 PSI. The temperature affects the solubility of the carbon dioxide. A lower temperature will keep the carbonation in the beer, so it'll be less excitable and less foamy.
All kegerators are different, so play around with the settings to find your sweet spot. Also, high-five for having a kegerator at your house.
I had it set at 38 degrees and at 12 PSI. That could account for the foam.