I recently started reusing dry hops as FWH in the next batch. The results of my singular trial were promising and I was planning on doing it again, but I have a question - what if, mixed in with the dry hops and small amount of secondary yeast/trub, there is a little bit of gelatin? This is how it would happen:
Finished beer goes into secondary for 2 weeks to dry hop
After 10-14 days, the fermenter is kept at 30F for 2 days and gelatin is added
After 2 more days the beer is kegged
Dump the contents of the secondary into the kettle as first runnings are drawn
Brew beer as usual
My assumption has been that, after 90 minutes of boiling, the gelatin would have zero effect. But I have wondered if there could be some negative impact of having denatured gelatin in the wort. And while I know I could just fine in the keg, I really don't want to because I want clear beer to go into the keg so I can potentially take this keg to a club event and have clear beer pour out of it.