Hey Everyone, I have read countless thread on this and have not been able to solve my problem. I am getting all foam from my kegerator. I need to balance this for a coors light keg for now (no barbs about the crappy beer please, the home brew is going in afterwards) and I have been changing things based on recommendations from other peoples issues that I have read about, but can't get this solved. Here are the facts: -Mini-fridge style kegerator with tower and circulating fan to keep tower cool -Tower goes 2 feet above keg -Temperature of beer: 34 degrees -line length: 12feet of 3/16" beer grade line kept in the fridge, above the keg -pressure: 10psi -Altitude: ~7500 feet (in Colorado) -Everything has been cleaned thoroughly -Brand new CO2 regulator -Keg was placed in the kegerator for three days to settle, then tapped and vented and sat for another 48 hours I have tried line lengths from 3ft to 12ft, Pressures from 3psi to 16 psi, and temperatures from 33degrees to 40 degrees. Every time I change something I let the whole system settle. All I ever get is foam, foam, foam. If anyone has any ideas I am more than happy to try pretty much anything at this point as I am thoroughly frustrated. Thanks in advance.