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It only seemed appropriate to brew an American Pale Ale… Fermented with the Liberty strain, of course.
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Once I got the post on (prior to attaching tubing), it started to squirt some of the trub out even after I continued to bleed CO2.
Gave this a try yesterday and even after purging the empty keg with the PRV multiple times, gunk kept squirting out of the keg randomly. Did I do something wrong? Figured something was off so I never bothered trying to transfer beer this way.
I'm guessing you can't do a closed transfer without using two kegs. In my case I'm using a keg and a fermenter.
r1 and r2 make sense but then I can't figure out the reason for r0.
Most homebrew IPAs I drink are oxidized (maybe grin dry hopping maybe not). I agree the risk can easily be mitigated though.
I would consider that there's a risk of oxidation by dry hopping late, except I've never experienced it! I would guess that I've dry hopped 200-250 batches and never had an oxidized beer from the dry hops. If it doesn't happen, I'm not going to worry about it.