Im a newbie on here so this is my first post. Apologies if this topic has been covered, however it causing me a major head ache.
I have purchased a Maxi Cooler 200 which I keep in my Shed. I have built a bar in my shed to accommodate the cooler and taps. I have CO2 connected and set at 26 PSI – as instructed by the gentleman who sold me the equipment. As the temp has warmed up outside 🙂 , I have decided to switch my cooler on constantly as I have wired up my shed with electricity.
I have recently bought a keg of Peroni, and tapped it in the shed. Before I used the cooler, I connected the keg to the tap using the C02 only and dispensed the beer as was. Slightly warm, up cold enough to drink. I have left the CO2 switched on over the weekend at 26 PSI. Since installing the electricity on Sunday, I connected the keg to the cooler and to the tap. Since the weekend I have received nothing but foam out of the Keg. I presumed with the cooler operating the foam would subside. I have even tried to turn the pressure down to 10PSI (after reading posts online)but this has had no impact, other than making the foam come out slower.
Have I over carbonated the beer by leaving the Gas on at 26 PSI? If so how would I resolve this? Is it possible?
I look forward to hearing from anyone, as this is starting to make my head hurt – and thats without any beer being drunk 🙂