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When the beer dispenses it has way too much head.

Everything in the system seems to be working fine. But when we pour the beer there is more head than anything else. Any suggestions?

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Also make sure that the tap on the keg is seated completely.

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Try adjusting your co2 pressure down a litle bit it should help

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