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illinibrew04 06-20-2008 05:26 PM

polyclar in keg??
 
Hey guys,
I heard from someone, and in fact saw it on a package of polyclar, that you could add it when kegging. Can you just wait for it to settle out then dump the first glass of beer or so, or do you have to filter it or rack it again. Seems to me if it settles, you could just draw most of it up in the first glass or so? Is this reasonable?

homebrewer_99 06-20-2008 05:31 PM

I should fall out without any problem, but I wouldn't use it in a keg.

It's plastic...you don't want to serve that to friends...;)

Use it in the secondary so you rack off of it. :mug:


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