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BierMuncher 03-29-2009 09:18 PM

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Let's be honest....Moving beer from one container to another does not in any way, shape, or form accelerate clearing.
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Disagree.

Our 10der & Mild swap last fall required we brew, condition and ship within ten days of brewing.

Ain't no way I get my beers looking like this by shipping time without racking to a bright tank.

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This one was two weeks from grain to glass.

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I've too much empirical evidence to suggest that transferring beer from a high (yeast) concentration environment to a low (yeast) concentration environment does promote (yeast) fall out.

BierMuncher 03-29-2009 09:18 PM

2 Attachment(s)
Quote:
Originally Posted by lamarguy View Post
Let's be honest....Moving beer from one container to another does not in any way, shape, or form accelerate clearing.
...
Disagree.

Our 10der & Mild swap last fall required we brew, condition and ship within ten days of brewing.

Ain't no way I get my beers looking like this by shipping time without racking to a bright tank.

Attachment 10471


This one was two weeks from grain to glass.

Attachment 10472

I've too much empirical evidence to suggest that transferring beer from a high (yeast) concentration environment to a low (yeast) concentration environment does promote (yeast) fall out.


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