Brewed first AG batch, IPA mostly Golden Promise. Did not use any Irish Moss or the likes. Beer just seemed cloudy during vorlouf but figured that was just AG brewing and hoped for the best (74% eff.). Primary fermentation went great, still cloudy. Racked to secondary, still cloudy. 3 weeks later still cloudy. Kegged batch. Forced carbed at 30psi for a day and a half. Pulled a sampler and it was cloudier than hell. Researched a solution, need confirmation.
Here’s the question: If I bleed off the keg, lower the psi to 5 or so, just to seal keg properly, wait for “Isinglass” to arrive in 5-7 days in mail, add Isinglass to keg, wait 2-5 days, can I expect clearer beer with this approach? Should I change up my strategy? Clear beer is important to me ascetically.
Also: Any tips in the future for producing clearer beer other than the standard Irish Moss (and similar products) I’m more concerned with brewing PROCEDURE advice vs product advice, generally speaking.
Thanks Anyone and Everyone for your thoughts and advice.