So my buddy and I have just switched to dry hopping our IPAs in kegs and bottling from the keg. We r force carbonating. The first IPA was a double citra with 4 oz of whole cone and 2 oz of pellets. It came out amazing so we thought we had figured it all out with our IPAs. The next IPA was a double chinook with 4 oz of pellets in the keg. So we bottles yesterday and it was BAD! There was so much hop matter in the beer. So my thinking is that the hops got suspended in the beer and the co2 did not allow them to drop out. Thoughts??
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