That's a great idea, Tom. There's a CSA down the road from me that does that with both chickens and ducks.
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How long does a keg last around your place? Weeks? Months? Hours? Seconds?
Do you put the dry hops in something Denny, or do you just toss them in? Do you rack after a time or do you just drink it until it's gone?
I dry hop in the carboy, then rack to the keg after a time. Just curious how your process differs.
US-05. I was going to ferment the "same as any other beer", but when I ran across those directions I thought maybe something different was in order to get the intended character. I normally ferment to TG, rack, and dry hop for 2 wks. I like to do a recipe as is, then tweak(if needed) on subsequent batches, so I am looking to set a baseline. I know, I know, should've used 1450 for that but am on a dry yeast kick.
I aerate ALL yeast. I don't believe dry yeast should be treated any differently.