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Old 01-27-2007, 04:02 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by boo boo
...This left too much beer in my kettle. So I have been just sticking my auto siphon into the trub and the whole hops I use act as a filter to remove a lot of the trub going to my fermenter...
Have you thought about getting one of those nylon grain bags to try as a filter? I read an interesting idea here that I plan to try. If it's finally stopped snowing I plan to make the 45 minute trip to my LHBS and shop for a new toy.
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