Re: gelatin in keg

Fri Mar 01, 2013 8:12 pm

Gelatin wont affect the flavor, did you pour a pint or just a taste? Check the beer again, usually only takes 3 days for most to drop out a week is plenty. If its super hazy still then you have a chill haze problem.
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Re: gelatin in keg

Fri Mar 01, 2013 10:13 pm

pulled off a pint, Its still got a funk to it, probably didnt get the keg clean enough... or wasnt thorough in my sanitation. Guess I'll have to strap on the :nutters: and try try again.

Edit: Funny, I raised the temp of the temp control fridge and the beer tastes alot better at 45 than it did at where it was when I first tried it at 35F.
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