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Less Foam Pouring from a Faucet PDF Print E-mail
Learn - Tips & Tricks
Written by Mark Emiley   
Tuesday, 15 July 2008 19:30
Here is some general wisdom for anyone working around kegged beer.  When pouring beer, you should almost always open the faucet completely, even if it is coming out with a lot of foam.  Opening the faucet only part-way agitates the beer even more and causes more carbon dioxide to come out of solution.
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