Wondering if anyone has experience with carbing in the brite the day after a Biofine (clear) addition when the beer has already cleared. Ran out of time and only got it half way carbed after the transfer. Im worried carbing will stir up the sediment. Im thinking if I pull the junk in the morning and carb slowly and gently I may be alright. I'll probably pull a keg or two of the clear beer first and force carb it to get me by in case everything gets stirred up again.
thats what i do as SOP. just dump whatever settled out and then carb per usual. anything that settled out should be at the bottom of the tank waiting for you to send it to the drain.
You be fine
As long as your carb stone isn't in a weird (low) place it shouldn't be a problem. I fine most of our beers and have run into the same situation.
Dump n Carb!
Are you guys using standpipes when using biofine clear in line?
Not sure how relevent this would be on a commercial scale, but in my homebrew setup I have .5 micron stones at the end of 2' of tubing coming off the gas IN on my cornies. I typically put gelatin in my fermenter and then xfer into the corny before it has actually finished it's job (maybe 24-48 hours later). The beer is still pretty cloudy at this point. The finings do most of their work in the keg. On one occasion I had a beer that was kegged before I hed some gelatin so it had 100& of it's fining done in the keg.
As the beer is carbed up (I just hook the gas on at serving pressure 13psi and leave it for 2 days) and later dispensed, the stone is sitting at the bottom of the keg. I get crystal clear beer until the keg blows. Basically, I don't think it disturbs anything at all and I can't see any reason biofine would be different.