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Sounds like I need to stop purging to seal the lid on my beers that I fully close-transfer. Probably still will on my open-transfers though. But hoping to get a brewbucket soon making it easier to do close-transfers for my 5 gallon batches. I don't know, haven't been worrying about it that much. The beers are mostly spunded anyway.As brewcrew7 mentioned, I would if some 1056/US05/001 yeast could be added to finished "sulfur bomb" beer to help clean it up, or if some amount of priming would be necessary as well. I've got a kolsch that could use a serious cleanup job.
I wouldn't think so.. You would be better off purging the keg's headspace. Of course this will oxidate the beer as well, but it may be a better alternative then dumping!
Thanks for your input. I won't bother trying then. About a month ago, I spent about 5 days purging the headspace (actually bubbling co2 through the liquid diptube and venting the headspace at the same time) knowing that I'm losing most of what I added the extra effort for. Like you say, I'd likely prefer a beer who's lost most of it's delicate malt quality than simply pouring the entire thing into the garden.