Long primary then cold crashing in keg question
After reading a bunch of posts here, I am beginning to think that just leaving my beer on primary for 3-4 weeks, then transferring to keg and cold crashing may be the ticket. My main question, concern is around sediment in the keg. Will there be a significant amount of sediment in the keg versus clarifiying in a carboy for a week or so? (2-2 schedule usually used--- 2 in primary then 2 in carboy). I just want to make sure I have as little sediment as possible in keg. I don't personally care as much as SWMBO and the local patrons of my pub ho may be a little put off by things floating in their beer.
For most beers, what is the recommended approach to sticking with only a primary and moving to a keg while minimizing sediment?
Bottled: Imperial Hefe, Saison, Apfelwein
Kegged: ESB, Foundation Stout, Brothers English IPA, Kolsch, Bavarian Hefe
Secondary: Abbey Dubbel
Primary: Imperial Cherry Bavarian Hefe, Imperial Cherry Brussel Abbey
On Deck: World Class ESB, BKRye
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