Guys, my beer has been conditioning very well in the keg. I usually rack straight to keg after primary fermentation from my conicals. All-in-all, it is a great process and I have had some really great results.
The only issue that I have now that I'm brewing more frequently is keg sediment. If I simply leave my keg in the keg fridge over a period of a couple weeks, everything drops out and my beer is clear and conditioned... however, move the keg at all, and it stirs up the sediment leaving small particulate in the glass and re-clouding the beer all over.
Aside from filtering, is there anything that can be done? I was wondering about geletin... wouldn't geletin solidify and drop to the bottom effectively sealing the sediment in the jello cake?
It's not a huge problem, but I have a separate storage fridge in my garage. If a keg runs out, I simply go out to the garage and swap it out. I had a cream ale that was clystal clear in my keg fridge, but when I carried the second keg across the house and hooked it up, the movement redistributed the stuff that dropped to the bottom of the keg.
TAP 1: APA
TAP 2:Cointreau Wit
TAP 3: 4 Hop IPA