The best way to prevent sediment in bottled beer is to bottle from kegged beer after it is carbed into chilled bottles using a counter-pressure filler. If you don't have one you can get very good results using a piece of tubing on your tap that goes to the bottom of the bottle with very low pressure on the keg. I just disconnect the CO2 and bleed it off if I am filling just a few bottles and not changing my CO2 Pressure regulator so I won't loose the setting to maintain proper carbonation for that keg.
Fermentor 1: Bill's House Ale II, Fermentor 2: German Helles, Fermentor 3: Bill's Schworzbier (Black Bier)
Tap 1: Bill's House Ale II, Tap 2: German Hefewizen, Tap 3: Nut Brown Ale
Future Brews: Stone IPA Clone, Blonde Ale, Budvar Clone, Newcastle Clone
New toy: Blichmann 27 gallon fermentor
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