I am getting ready for a camping trip in the mountains, will be a change of elevation. I made my beer at 500 above sea level. It is a belgian triple. I will be taking up the mountain to about 8000 feet. Last year I tried this and I had a horrible foaming issue, no matter how little CO2 I applied to push it out. nothing but foam.
The details, I have a 3 g keg, that I put into the Transformer cooler. I ice it up and I have a tap that goes on the outside of the cooler. It stays nice and cold. The tubing is all rubber.
I have thought about lengthening the tube that goes to the tap, but how long and what diameter? would that lessen the foam? Any ideas?