Help With Nitro keezer set up

Discussion in 'General Brewing Discussions' started by Ron Reyes (Papa Piggy), Jan 14, 2019.

  1. Ron Reyes (Papa Piggy)

    Ron Reyes (Papa Piggy) Active Member

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    My Keezer has been running great with 3 normal CO2 driven kegs.

    Last night I kegged a Guinness style Irish Stout and it is currently charging with CO2 I expect for a couple days or a week?


    I have already installed a Nitro faucet and I have my Nitro cylinder and regulator ready to go.


    My question is….

    How do I determine the length of the beer side hosing? And at what PSI do I run the Nitro blend (75/25)?
     
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    Beer line length doesn't really matter for nitro as most of the restriction happens at the faucet.

    Nitro PSI is usually somewhere between 30 and 35. You'll have to play around it over time to figure out what's best for your particular setup.
     

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