I have some 0.5 micron carbon filters I'd like to use to filter my beer to gain some additional clarity to my home brews. To help with refining resources let me provide a little background on my process. I have a 15 gallon brew system (brewing 5 to 15 gallon batches at a time). I use HERMS to step mash using pumps to transfer my brews. Fermentation takes place in either a 14 gallon or half barrel SS conical fermenter. My half barrel fermenter is connected to a glycol chiller permitting me to lager or cold crash in the fermenter. I cold crash my beer for about 7 to 10 days after fermentation is completed. After a trube dump I use co2 to push from the fermenter through a 1 micron filter into a keg where I force carbonate. I have a two stage filter and plan to put a 0.5 micron filter in line after the 1 micron filter for any brews needing to be very clear. Does anyone know if there is any issue or down side to pushing my beer through the 0.5 micron carbon filter? Apologies if this has been addressed in another strinG that I was unable to locate.