Kegging. Need help

Discussion in 'Homebrewing' started by FeralBrew, Oct 28, 2017.

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  1. FeralBrew

    FeralBrew Initiate (0) Oct 28, 2017 Alabama

    I'm new here. Just kegged 10 gallons. 2 five gallon corny kegs. The cooler is set to 40f and I have 30 psi on 2 kegs. The regulator seems to be dropping kind of quick. May be 10 lbs so far. I checked for leaks and don't see any. Am I doing something wrong. Just want to make sure I'm not wasting co2.
     
  2. pweis909

    pweis909 Poo-Bah (1,904) Aug 13, 2005 Wisconsin
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    Gas pressure is equilibrating with temp, I suspect. If you found no leaks, you probably have no leaks, and nothing to worry about. You might need to adjust the pressure on your keg after the gas temp stabilizes.
     
  3. Brewday

    Brewday Initiate (150) Dec 25, 2015 New York

    Is this the guage feeding the kegs.It shouldn't move. I know my tank pressure guage will drop if the co2 tank is in the keezer.
     
  4. FeralBrew

    FeralBrew Initiate (0) Oct 28, 2017 Alabama

    It is the gauge feeding the kegs and the co2 tank is in the keezer.
     
  5. Supergenious

    Supergenious Disciple (366) May 9, 2011 Michigan

    If it’s in the keezer, it’s the temperature change. As already stated, temperature and pressure are directly related. Drop in temp=drop in pressure. If no leaks, you’re fine.
     
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