Originally Posted by Gameface
I guess that I have found something that's been working for me and haven't looked much beyond that. I still consider myself a new brewer. I'm going to start looking at other ways to clear my beer.
Don't remove the filter from your arsenal - you nailed your point and I completely agree with the fact that beers that should be clear commercially, should be clear in homebrew. If you approach every problem with 'what's the least invasive way to get my desired result' your beer will get better. I learn something new every day on this forum - and still have a lot to learn. If you approach every beer with that mindset, your beers can only get better. Being that you've successfully filtered your beer to desired result, and I'm 0-1, I have a lot to learn from you in that process. Prost!
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