Hi: I've been brewing in 5 gallon batches and bottling for about five years. Recently a friend who owns a pub gave me a kegerator so I am experimenting with kegging. The kegerator has two taps but one regulator, so I can't force carbonate at the same time I have a keg tapped for serving. So, what I am doing is: Disconnect the input side from the serving keg and connect it to the output side of the new (to be carbonated keg) Increase the pressure on the regulator to about 30psi Disconnect the gas line from the new keg (it stays pressurized), adjust the regulator back to about 8 psi and reattach to the serving keg. Repeat this process a couple of time a day for a few days. (Hopefully this will fully carbonate the new keg) Does this make sense? Should I be doing something different? Also, After the beer is fully carbonated, if I am not going to serve the bear for a couple of weeks or so, what pressure should I "store" the keg at? I assume if I leave it at 30 psi, it will be way too foamy? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.