So here's my story; I started off a couple years ago by recieving a mr.beer kit, as i did more and more advanced (well to me anyway) ways of brewing i eventually went right from mr.beer to all-grain brewing. However, in every all-grain batch, roughly 4 or 5 now i have noticed a HUGE buildup of yeast sediment in bottles.
I invested in decent equipment - instead of syphoning direct i got the auto siphons the bottling tube, blah blah, and i looked at my killian's AG clone (which is the first beer i used this new equipment on) and i still have buildup in the bottles, and in the larger plastic 1 liter PET bottles, even a little yeast floating on top (its only been a week and a half carb so hopefully itll settle.) is there anything i can do to improve this or is it the way it works until I get to kegging? I also still use spare mb kegs as a bottling bucket then autosiphon from there, but im wondering if using a 5 gallon plastic bottling bucket with the spigot built into it would help even more by letting stuff fall to the bottom. Thanks in advance!