Never dryhopped before, here's my question. I don't bottle my beers, just keg. I'm worried about the pellets making it into the keg and clogging up the tube. I planned on cold crashing after a week, sending the yeast (and pellets?) to the bottom of my secondary bucket. When I keg the beer it runs through the faucet at the bottom of the bucket, won't the pellets be more likely to go with the flow now that they are on the bottom? Bagging would take care of the issue, but that sounds dangerous introducing the bag so late in the process. Of course if I don't cold crash then the pellets float and avoid the faucet anyway. Rambling now, thoughts?