Originally Posted by Petekiteworld
Secondary helps clear up beers and allows you to do some swirling when dry hopping. I always go to secondary. Chance of infection is negligible
Yes. I always secondary when dry hopping. My routine is this - cold crash the primary, siphon into a bucket fermenter with a paint strainer sack full of hops, a week later I pull the hop bag and squeeze the delicious juices out of it, then I crash for 2 days and bottle. Amazing results and zero sediment in the bottle. If I kegged I could probably get away with primary only, but bottling, no way no how.