So I have a bunch of people coming over to my house for a BBQ (for my b-day) next weekend. I plan to filter some of my brews so that they will be clear (or at least clearish). I know, I know. . . I should have brewed these sooner so that they would have more time to drop clear on their own; unfortunately, I didn't, so I find myself in this situation.
I am wondering whether I will get better results if I let the beer sit in the kegs in the fridge (purged but not under pressure) for a few days before filtering. I always cold crash before kegging, so it is not a matter of chilling the brew. My thinking was that letting the kegs settle will allow some of the stuff to drop out, making the filter more effective. Anyway, any thoughts are appreciated.