There are a few areas to note if a brand new keg of beer will not pour after changing it
- Make sure to have bled your FOB after the keg change. See how to Bleed a FOB, and observe the position of the FOB in the chamber. Compare to the photos below - it should be all the way to the top and full!
- Shut off valves may not have been reopened after the keg change. Compare to the photos below - all of the valves must be completely parallel to the line for the beer to flow.
Gas shut off valves may be closed or partially closed.
- The gas pressure may not be set properly or your tank may be empty. The tank level regulator should be in the green section. Typical pressures are 14-15 psi on the beer regulator and 45 - 50 psi on the Tap regulator.
For the basics of changing a stainless steel beer keg, click here.