Filtering beer, bright ale, how to?

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aamcle

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Afternoon All.

I have been asked to filter some beer so a barbarian (my son) can drink out of the bottle.

I have two corny kegs, a counter pressure filler and most of the other bits but I don't have a filter nor do I know how to set up and use one.

I know that there at members here who filter their beer routinely so please can you go through the process and equipment for me or post a link to a good referance?

many thanks for your help.

regards aamcle
 

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If the only goal is to avoid bottle sediment, you're set up for that already. Any sediment that settles in the keg can be pushed out in a couple pints. Then bottle away with your counter pressure filler. Filtration only helps appearance while otherwise hurting every other aspect of the beer.
 
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