thanks for input.
it doesn't sound like I have much to worry about with the tannins.
Originally Posted by beerguy2009
I am new to brewing and never used gelatin and would like a clearer beer. When do you add the gelatin?
however if I wanted to kill two birds with one stone and wanted to quelch any tannins and clear the beer further....regarding cold crashing and gelatin....
should i sterilize the gelatin and add it, then cold crash adn then bottle?
I got this from ireg pulse from another recent thread "I started leaving all beers in primary for 1 month, then adding gelatin and cold crashing to clear, (into the primary) then racking to keg."
I'm tryin to make the cream ale clear but if it tastes good that's the most important thing to me, second is tryng to make it really clear (as well as learning how to clear it up with other batches both future and present)....BTW it's been sitting on trub for 2 weeks+. I'm thinking of bottling next weekend