[quote=“nate4g63”]I can’t really see that temp difference making a big deal, I run my old school GE fridge right around 33 or 34. More kegs inside mean in needs to be cooler, at least in my fridge, but here are a couple of things to consider here.
First what taps do you have and are they clean? I’m not assuming you don’t take care of your lines or anything just asking. And yes taps matter. Perlicks can go for weeks, cheapys can get clogged and stuck in just a day. I know, been there done that.
Second, was that the first pour in a few days? I notice occasionally not pouring for a while that first pour can suck.
Third, back to temp, have you ever taking your in glass beer temp, 45 might feel cold but you beer may not be that temp. Warm beer tends to foam.
A few last things, double check your regulator didn’t creep on you, and lastly make sure you’re glasses are clean, it sounds stupid but it does matter.[/quote]
Thanks, Nate – I’m using the Foam Free Tubing Kit
from NB, which I just installed about a month ago. It has worked really well until yesterday, which was my first pour in two days, having adjusted the temperature the day before. While I didn’t check the temperature of the beer in the glass, I’ll do so the next time I pour. Regulator was stationary at 10 PSI. Glass was definitely clean! I’m stumped because the only difference was the 3* change in temperature.