Gelatin fining on a small scale is very difficult. You could strip phenolics or mouth feel. Irish moss would be a good way to go, but with cold crashing you shouldn't need it.30 33cl swing-top bottles arrived today. (Thanks Jay and Spectre for the name clarification!) This will be used to house my coming IPA. Currently researching ways of getting the brew clearer through the ways of adding small amounts of gelatin when the yeast have done it's job and something called cold-crashing, bringing the beer close to freezing so particles sink to the bottom of the fermentation vessel.
I'm using something similar to Irish Moss when i brew, but i found that cold crashing removes quite a bit of particles. So i'll continue on that route.Gelatin fining on a small scale is very difficult. You could strip phenolics or mouth feel. Irish moss would be a good way to go, but with cold crashing you shouldn't need it.
Very late reply, but I say go for it! The world needs more homebrew.I want to try my hand at brewing so hard, but it's way too expensive. Maybe I should plant my own Hops next year. Good luck with your brew, mate! Sounds good actually.
Ah yeah, in the spirit of X-Mas:
I used to have the same avatar as you and once made a Christmas version. If you want to use it, help yourself.