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 If I filter my beer using your filtration system, does all of the yeast get filtered out, leaving none for bottle conditioning?

If I filter my beer using your filtration system, does all of the yeast get filtered out, leaving none for bottle conditioning?

If you are using a filtration system, then you should just force-carbonate your beer. The best and quickest way to filter and carbonate is to keg your beer, place the “fine” filter in the filter housing between the two kegs, then run the beer through it to the second keg. Replace the filter with the “sterile” filter, then run your beer back through it to the first keg. Now, just hook up your CO2 tank to the keg, and carbonate (see “How do I keg my beer? How do I achieve the desired level of carbonation?” in the FAQs under “Kegging Systems”). If you plan to bottle condition your beer, filtration is not recommended. If, however you insist on filtration, you can re-prime the beer by adding a very small amount of flocculant yeast I (such as Nottingham) to your bottles.

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