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michael lathlean

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The only thing I can suggest is leaving the beer to condition longer in the keg.

When the beer first starts to condition in the keg the bubbles are bigger and the bubbles escape soon after pouring but with more time the bubbles get smaller and dissolve in the beer more so they will have better carbonation.

I know it's hard waiting especially on the first brews while you try t build up some stock but the wait is definitely worth it.

BrewArt recommend 2 weeks minimum for conditioning but this is the bare minimum and I would recommend at least a month and up to 3 months if you really want to get the best carbonation.

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