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Dry Hop Question

Discussion in 'General Brewing Techniques' started by gusterminator, 19/1/20.

 

  1. gusterminator

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    Posted 19/1/20
    My pressurized fermentation finished after 7 days. I was going to pressure transfer my beer over into a secondary sanitized CO2 purged keg with a hop pellet filled screen cylinder laying on the bottom. After 7 more days I was going to cold crash then pressure transfer over to my serving keg and add Gelatin under pressure. Has anybody done it this way? Should I have my hop filed cylinder suspended or will leaving it on the bottom be good!
     
  2. DazGore

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    Posted 19/1/20
    I would suspend it if you can, that way more beer is in contact with the hops
     
  3. wide eyed and legless

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    Posted 19/1/20
    You may find this article helpful.
    http://scottjanish.com/my-favorite-way-to-dry-hop-loose-in-primary-and-kegs/
     
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  4. gusterminator

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    Posted 19/1/20
    Thanks for the link....that's exactly what I'll try.

    Cheers,
     
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