Greetings. Put my first batch of a honey-rye into my first keg last week. Put psi at 30 for 1 day. On the 2nd day, reduced psi to about 20. On 3rd day, dropped it to around 11 psi (serving psi) and let it sit at that setting for 2 more days. I didn't do any of the rolling\shaking of the keg. After approx 5 days, I poured my beer and had about 60/40 foam/beer. The beer tasted great, but had more foam than what I wanted. Turned off co2 tank, bled some co2 off and lowered the psi down to 9. Still getting too much foam, but better than what it was. I have 3/16 line at 5ft, which based on various websites, that matches to what I need for my keezer tempt. System is brand new, so not worried about dirty components (I cleaned/sanitized them before adding beer). Beer taste great, so not worried about contamination. For now, I'm using the party taps (cleaned/sanitized them also). Over carbonation? Beer lines too short? If you lower the psi too much, do you run into producing flat beer? Any input would be great. Thanks!!