When I CO2 carbed in the keg I would add geletin to the primary, rack to the keg, then dry hop in the keg. The geletin helped get the yeast out of the way of the hop oils. I have since moved to Europe and don't have CO2 anymore, so I bottle carbonate. I was thinking since there is always way too much yeast in the bottle, what if I added like 1/4 of the geletin I normally would before racking? Do you think that would serve to remove *a bit* of the yeast, giving me a bit more hop aroma and less sediment in the bottle? Does anyone do this?