How do you describe the Carb levels in your beer?

Ill drink it if it has fizz or not! As long as the beer is good!
If it's Got fizz its carbonated!
I dont care, its not an issue
Close is good enough for me!
I NEED TO KNOW PRECISLEY! It's got to be perfect for the style!

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Carbonation volumes when in beer
« on: May 06, 2008, 08:01:09 AM »
Do you worry about what level of carbonation you are putting in your beer, or does it not matter to you. I just switched to kegging (6 months ago). I never worried about carb levels because it was taken care of when I bottled. Now with kegging I have to watch the regulator. I don't drink copious amounts of beer, so a keg could set in the fridge for extended periods. I keep the pressure about 5lbs higher than recommended in an effort to keep the carbonation close.

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