If I missed this topic already posted, my apologies... But I didn't come across anything, so here goes!
I kegged my first beer, an American cream ale, I would like to shoot for about 2.5 volumes of CO2. My keg is at 34 degree and has been cold crashing for almost 3 days now...
The online CO2 volumes calculators say that I should set my pressure between 9 and 10 psi, but none of them say how long to sustain that pressure. Anyone have experience with this? I don't want to shake the keg and over carb, I was going to flip it upside down so the gas line pushes up through all the beer.
Thanks in advance for your help! Hope everyone is well in these crazy times