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Minikeg Carbonating with Filtered Beer

A question for any minikeg users out there…

my question is:

If the beer I’m kegging has been filtered…

From my reading I’ve gathered that I will most likely have to prime each minikeg with a tablespoon of bottling sugar.

SHOULD I ALSO pitch a batch of EC-1118 yeast and add some of that to each keg as well before I add the beer and plug?

Just to be sure there is enough active yeast?

I’m bottling a Czech Pilsner in 2 weeks… any solid input on this would be appreciated!

Thanks!
Jeff

I would not filter the beer. You will need to pitch more yeast if you do and then there will be sediment, so filtering was a waste of time.

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