I was transferring beer from the secondary to the keg today (probably my 50 or 60 AG batch) today. I've taken to putting a mesh bag around the solid part of the autosiphon before sticking it in the carboy in order to strain out any hop bits (this batch had 2 oz of dry hops), and it's worked out well so far. No oxidation from the beer passing through the mesh. This time for whatever reason there were TONS of bubbles in the line. I put the gas on the liquid out post and cranked the co2 to 30. I purged the keg of oxygen four times. Do you guys think that this will take care of any oxygen introduced from the autosiphon? I only ask this rookie question because there were so many bubbles and I'm new to this bag around the autosiphon thing. I normally cold crash, but I didn't this time and hops were just caked all over the mesh, so it caused more bubbles.
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