« on: January 24, 2014, 11:13:14 AM »
Gonna try to pick something up this weekend so I can do a comparison tasting soon even though mine isn't meant to be 'traditional'
It still needs some more time although it seems to be getting better and better. Been in the keg for two weeks and I really hope it clarifies a bit more. May be the tastiest brew yet....
I bet it will, seems like Kolsch yeast can be a slow settler.
Kind of ties into the cold crashing thread - be sure it's done fermenting and cold crash it.
I used gelatin finings as well. Most of my beers have no issues clarifying. I assume that WLP029 is just less flocculant than the normal strains I use