So I have a finished beer that came out OK... I'd like to add a little more hop bite to it... Is it possible/advisable to add bag of hops to a serving keg already in a kegerator? In a sense, dry hopping a already finished beer... Thanks.
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I use bags and those "tea balls" for whole leaf hops. But for pellets, I use a pretty tightly woven hop bag. They dissolve into sludge and it'd be nice to keep them contained!Thanks for the response Yoop! That was exactly what I had hoped. Are pellets OK in a sanitized paint strainer type bag or is there a specific hop bag that you're referring to?
This is how my current IPA is. About 10 days on right now. No grassy flavors, no sludge... Just yummy IPA. Its supposed to be for a birthday party this weekend.. sure hope it makes it... LOLAll I do is put the pellet hops in a muslin bag and drop them in, (sanitize the bag). No weights, no muss, no fuss. They float at first, but sink eventually.
It's never clogged for me...So, you put pellets in a sanitized hop bag, drop it into the keg for the life of the keg and it eventually sinks to the bottom. Since the bag isn't tethered, does it not clog the dip tube at some point?
I forgot to dry hop my SNPA clone while in the carboy.