Just solved my foam problem

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  1. Ozarks Mountain Brew

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    now this isn't a one fix it all thing, I changed a lot but I think the main issue was my beer line, the old line was soft line, the new is Accuflex Bev-Seal Ultra (3/16) id tubing and each run is 12 feet, I looped it a couple of times and stuffed it down in the dead space of my keezer, it's ridged stuff which carries the cold better to the facet, now all I can say is the first beer out is not foamy
     
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    Nice, I'm using beer line but not rigid stuff, but I have 10' per line and they pour pretty good.

    Organizing all the extra hose is currently a pain in my ass, but I'll figure something out.
     
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    I've got similar line quite rigid internal diameter 5mm I dunked the ends in boiling water to slide them onto the fittings.

    Well only thing left to do Oz is show us the money baby! ( as in show us a pour mate)
     

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