DRAFT BEER FAQS: PARTY DISPENSING
WHAT IS THE CO2 Pressure used for Coil and Cold Plate Coolers?
For cold plate and coil coolers, 30-35 lbs. of applied pressure are recommended for dispensing beer that has an internal keg temperature of 50-55° F. A keg that is kept cold requires less applied pressure for dispensing. A keg that is being dispensed at room temperature or greater has a recommended applied pressure of 35-40 lbs. of applied pressure.
NOTE: Cold plate coolers are not recommended for dispensing beer that has an internal temperature greater than 55° F. Refrain from placing party coolers in direct sunlight.
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