New to world of finings. I figured i'd see if I could get a faster turnaround.
Right now I'm kegging, then conditioning/force carbing at the same time at 40F. Can I cold crash, then on the next day add gelatine and start force carbing?
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The CO2 won't keep the gelatin suspended - it will sink as normal.
The CO2 pressure is evenly distributed throughout the keg and applies pressure equally in all directions. There's no more CO2 pressure pushing down than there is pushing up, so Gravity will still produce a downwards force, and the gelatin will sink.