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Old 11-25-2012, 01:03 AM   #51
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There are many ways to get clear beer. If I want a batch to be crystal clear, a good cold crash and gelatin does the trick.
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Yes my beer on tap looks like that too. But, if you tried to transport the keg....I doubt it would look like that. I know I can bottle mine off the kegger and keep it that clear, but transport the keg...no.
Very true Hammy, but all you have to do pull the first pint off and the run a jumper to another keg and trans fill, your beer should be a clear as brew2enjoy's after transportation. I get the same results without filtering.
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