What is a Carbonation Chart?
The carbonation level of your beer is a function of your CO2 PSI and your kegerator temperature. The colder your kegerator, the more CO2 your beer will absorb. You need to decide two things: How cold do I want my beer to be and what carbonation level do I want to serve it at.
A carbonation chart is a reference to determine the right CO2 pressure based on your kegerator’s temperature and your desired carbonation level.
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More Uses – Naturally Carbonate & Fix Over Carbonated Beers
A Carbonation Chart can also be useful to help you naturally carbonate in your keg and fix over carbonated beers with the help of a Spunding Valve. See: Build a Spunding Valve! – How and Why
Special thanks to Spike Brewing Equipment for providing this resource! It was released as a reference to be used in coordination with their carb stone. It’s also available for purchase as a poster – Carbonation Chart Poster
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