I have a 5 gallon keg of ginger beer, and when I pour it from the faucet, it's foamy. I can also see that it's foamy inside the line.
The regulator is set to 35 PSI, and it's been in the fridge for 2 weeks, so it's fully carbonated. It's soda, so I want it to be well carbonated.
The fridge is close to freezing temperature. Th line from the keg to the faucet is 20 feet long, 3/16th inch, and it's positioned above the keg. Everything is in the fridge, and I pour into a cold glass.
I've tried a shorter line (5 feet), and a different faucet.
I've tried lowering the pressure to various pressures down to as low as 6 PSI, burping the keg, and pouring with that. With the 5 feet line, it's still foamy, and with the 20 feet line, no liquid comes out.
The weird thing is the 5gal first batch I made came out great, and poured just fine. But I don't remember all of my settings.
Help! How do I make it not foamy?