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One of the most frustrating things when buying beer may be pouring beer (be careful not to mess up the sediment, if there is any), it looks like mud from the glass, or worse, buying it in a bar Beer, it looks the same.

We know that it is currently popular to offer a beer similar to Misty, but personally, we prefer to know that brewers have put a lot of effort into creating a beer that not only tastes and smells good, but also looks good. So, as a home brewer, how do we ensure that our beer is bright?

There are two types of haze, biological and non-biological haze, here we are devoted to non-biological haze.

The protein and polyphenols in hops are the two main causes of haze, but they may also be caused by the following reasons:

  • Calcium deficiency wort

  • Wheat-derived additives

  • Under modified malt

In most cases, although beer looks like mud, it is due to the protein and polyphenols in beer. Techniques to limit the content of protein and polyphenols in wort are:

  • Use low protein malt

  • Use Irish Moss

  • Fast cooling wort

  • Refrigerate your beer

  • Keep the pulp away from the fermentation tank

These tips are common sense, and we guess that most of us are doing it or trying to do it. But what if you want to use a lot of hops in your IPA, no matter what you try, it still looks like mud? Is there any other way to make bright beer? Yes!


You can:

  • Add them to your FV at the end of fermentation and then bottling

  • Transfer the beer to the bottling barrel, add semen, and then bottle

  • Transfer the beer to the second stage to add semen, let it stand for 24-48 hours, and then bottle it

  • Transfer the beer to a keg to add semen, let it stand for 24-48 hours, then transfer to a second keg for carbonation.

Or you can make any combination of these; boil some water, such as 100-200 ml, cool to below 90°C, then add 2.5-5 grams of gelatin and stir/rotate until dissolved.

For each brewer, it is very important to experiment and determine the most suitable plan for them. The rate, quantity and time will vary depending on the beer and haze.

I do think that fog-free beer is a better and more professional product. People prefer the less astringent and smoother quality of bright beer.


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