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In my experience using a randal with hop pellets, when the beer is cold gives a great boost in flavor and aroma but it's short lived and best done at the time of drinking. After a few days it starts to change, in my case they would get really grassy. I've not tried a warm keg randal transfer, so I don't know how it would effect it. I discontinued the ...


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If you were to purge the Hopback and piping with N2 or CO2 you could probably get away with this, or if you were intending to drink it fresh you again could may be get away with the extra DO. Also, if you are bottling with some Brett it could chew through your extra DO for you. BrewDog in the UK serve a few of their beers through hops and/or fruits on the ...


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You'd pick up too much oxygen that way. The beer would oxidize in the bottle before you drank it all. Dry hopping is the way to go, just do more of it. More aroma, in this case, is a recipe issue not a process issue. Using a couple regimens of dry hopping will get the aroma where you want it. Pellets are a good choice do to minimal oxygen trapped within ...



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