I've got a few beers on the go at the moment and the one that'll be ready soonest is an English-style IPA that uses up some leftover hops and grains. I've never used fining agents before, but have a potent Tripel in the pipeline that I'd like to be nice and clear so I figured I'd experiment on this batch first.
I have some sheets of leaf gelatin, but is it appropriate to use the same amount weight-for-weight as the powdered stuff? Each sheet weighs 1.6g, so I am guessing a couple will do the job of a teaspoon of powdered gelatin.
I'm planning on sticking the primary in the fridge for a day or two, snipping up the gelatin, adding cold water and warming in the microwave and then stirring it in. Should be good to bottle in 3-5 days right?
What say you, booze oracles?