Bell's Sediment?

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talkingmonkey

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Does anybody have a secret to pouring a Bell's w/out getting all the gunk in the glass. I poured one until I saw sediment and stopped. I still had 1/3 of the bottle left. Right now, I'm just drinking it all!:confused:
 

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Unless I'm trying to make a starter from it, I just pour the whole bottle of Bell's and drink it.
 
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Yeah, that's what I did. The box says something about decanting, though. Oh well.:mug:
 

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Make sure that they sit in the beer fridge long enough to settle out from shipping/stocking/purchasing and then decant like a homebrew.

*shrug*
 

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Yep, you might want to let them sit in the fridge to get the sed to settle down. Otherwise, just pour carefully and drink the yeast. That's what I do.
 

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like everyone has already said, let it sit in the fridge for a while and it should settle. If i am in a hurry i will stick one in the freezer for about 15-20 minutes and that seems to do the trick.
 
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