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Old 07-26-2010, 06:09 PM   #1
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Going away for a bit tomorrow and was wanting to get some brewing stuff done before I go but was wondering about the advantage or disadvantage of cramming some stuff in. I have a pale ale in primary that has been there for 10 days and would like to:

transfer to keg
add gelatine
cold crash
put gas on for set and forget for when I get back

If I could do it all tomorrow that would be a huge bonus but if there is no point in doing it then I will probably just transfer to secondary and cold crash and deal with the rest when I get back.

I figured it would take just as much time to do it all and I would end up with mostly drinkable beer upon my return.

Thoughts?


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Old 07-26-2010, 06:18 PM   #2
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Adding gelatin to a keg and you can end up with some fairly thick sludge. I'd rack to a secondary and do the finings.
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