I really enjoyed the episode of Brewing TV where they put together some real ale kegs at Summit Brewery. My question is, when they add isinglass during kegging, what happens to it? I know it settles out but how do they keep from drawing it out when they tap the keg? Is there enough of a low spot in those old style kegs to let it settle out in the belly area? And how would one accomplish something similar with a corny keg?