Hello everyone. I recently developed a recipe for an IPA that required Dry Hopping in the secondary and the serving keg. I had read online in a few different threads that advocated dry hopping in the keg using whole leafs. However, when it came time to transfer from the secondary to the keg, my local home brew supply shop only had pellet hops available. I quickly searched online for dry hopping using pellet hops in the serving keg, and found one scenario where a homebrewer had some success with this technique.
Come serving day, and my first 2 pints had very fine dissolved hop material floating in the glass, which, over time, settled at the bottom. My first few sips were fine, but the more I worked my way down the glass, the more the beer tasted like an extremely bitter hop tea (Try it, boil water and a few hop pellets. the taste is overwhelming).
I figured I could filter out the hops since I didn't boil them into the beer, which should salvage the taste. Are there any inline filters you guys would suggest to effectively remove most, if not all, of the hop particles? I plan transferring from my current keg, to another keg, and will place the filter in the transfer line.
The few I found online:
Plate Filter: Plate Filter | MoreBeer
Filter Canister: Filter Canister Housing - 10" | MoreBeer