Much like actual beer taps at the bar there is a learning curve for this system. If you do not do things correctly then you will just get a full glass of head much like I did the fist time.
I was able to get the hang of the tap system by watching a video made by a group in Australia.
When storing your beer in the growler make sure to keep the pressure in the growler to 5psi. Before pouring bleed off most of the pressure in only leaving a small amount of pressure. Once this is done start pouring your beer. When the pressure stops pouring your beer regulate just a little bit of CO2 pressure to keep the beer pouring. If you give to much CO2 then it will just get way to foamy. The more you use it the better you will get with it.
Once you get the hang of it this will be a great addition to your summer plans. How can you go wrong with an insulated growler and a tapping system? You can also put this in your fridge and enjoy the beer for a few weeks instead of having to drink it within 24 hours of opening your growler like normal.
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