"Triple Filtered"

"Triple Filtered"

Postby hammy1801 » Fri Feb 25, 2011 9:38 pm

Hi all

While waiting for my latest brews to condition I have been sampling the bottled ale in the local supermarket. Been noticing beers stating Triple Filtered.

I think I believe the science behind filtering and why it is done but I was wondering if this could be done to Home Brew and if anyone does it what results are achieved.
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"Triple Filtered"

Postby greg » Sun Feb 27, 2011 7:56 am

You can filter home brew with successful results but personally can't see the point.
Commercial beers are filtered as they deem the beer will keep longer but I'm not sure if does anything for the taste.
You will also not be able to naturally carbonate it as there won't be enough yeast left to ferment.
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