Sorry, I know there's a lot out there on this topic but I can't seem to isolate my problem. I use Brewcipher and my beers pour great unless I go for 3.0 or higher volumes of CO2. Keezer temp is around 39F. Height from mid-keg to tap is about 12inches, and I'm aiming for 3.3 volumes of CO2. PSI set to 19-20psi. Beer line is 14 feet. My first couple of pours were fantastic. After day 1 however it's been 90% foam. I think I'm left with only one possibility (minus infection - I'm pretty sure it's not infected) - When I use a "longer" beer line, there is significantly more beer line to keep cool. Whatever temperature fluctuation I'm getting in my keezer, 5-8 feet of line seems to fine for 2.4 volumes of CO2 (or so). Could the problem be that the temperature difference between the beer in the keg and my 14 foot beer line is different enough that the CO2 is coming out of solution while it travels through the beer line? If that's the case, I'll need to find a way to make my beer line cooler. Any tips? If it's not this, I'm at a loss and would love some other ideas. Thanks!