Hey Folks, I have a question for you.

I am primarily brewing porters and stouts.

I have a beer-gas tank (75/25) and also the nitro spouts.

Looking at the carbonation levels for stouts, I am keeping mine at 2.0 CO2 per volume.

My fridge is at 39 degrees. So after kegging the bier after fermentation, I pressured it with pure CO2 for 5 days at 7-8 psi's.

I have looked at "hose length calculators," and they show the length for pure CO2 carbonation.

I currently have a fridge in my Man-Cave which I have converted to a kegorator. (Three spouts drilled into the door).

There is about a 4" inch height difference (upward) from the keg to the spout. And there is about a 1' foot distance from the keg to the door spout.

Is there a calculator for beer-gas hose length available?

I currently have a 3/16" ID hose, cut to an 8' foot length, with the beer-gas set at 35 psi's of pressure. (.25 [beer-gas CO2 percentage] multiplied by 35 [the psi pressure] = 8.75 psi of CO2 pressure.

The stout is pouring kinda slow, with a SLIGHT head. The cascading is also minimal.

Does it need to rest a bit more with pure CO2 to get better carbonated, or is there a beer-gas hose calculator out there to help me calculate a better hose length?

Just curious.