I've been bottling all my beers so far and my usual process lately has been transfering the beer from the fermentor to a "bottling bucket" (just another fermenting vessle actually). I add priming solution to the bottling bucket, transfer the beer to this bucket via a spigot and tube from the fermentor. Finally, from the bottling bucket I attach a bottling wand on the buckets spigot and fill the bottles from this. However, lately I've noticed that I can see air/bubbles in the bottling wand as the beer is being transfered to the bottles. I assume this is not a good thing? Is there something I can do about this? (Apart from start to keg.... I've been thinking about it but it seems to be quite a hassle...) Those of you who bottle, do you have any tips and tricks to share? From time to time I get an off-flavour in my beers that I suspect might have something to do with this.