We made a stupid mistake on our last brew: forgot to add whirl floc near the end of the boil. The plan is for two dry hops: one in the fermenter; the other when we transfer the beer to kegs. But to make matters worse, the yeast is "medium to low" flocculation. Other forum members say that the beer ought to be clear before dry-hopping because the hops binds to the suspended yeast and then falls out when you rack the beer. Our beer has been fermenting for a week. OG was 1.070. It is now about 1.012 and I will check it again tomorrow. The sample I pulled out was VERY cloudy. Can we add a gelatin powder clarifier to the fermenters before the first dry-hopping?