I was able to eke out a few more bottles of honey without white foam by tilting the pail. This homemade pail perch requires an extra pail lid, 2x4 scraps, fender washers and wood screws. For stability, a string connects the pail handle and pail perch. To counterweight the tilted pail, I borrowed a heavy canned good from the pantry.
Before tilting the pail, I left a generous amount of time for bubbles to rise then I bottled honey to a point just above the honey gate. After tilting the pail, I let the bubbles rise again before bottling the remaining honey.