Hello again everyone! I'm going to be racking a one gallon batch of pale ale to secondary this weekend, and had a few questions (I realize racking to secondary is unnecessary, but I would like to try it for the experience/knowledge): 1) I'll be dry hopping with pellets in a bag...can I put the sanitized bag w/ hops in the bottom of the fermenter and rack the beer on top of it? Will that help saturate the pellets with wort? Do you think the bag will still float and be easily removed after conditioning? Would it cause unnecessary splashing, and therefore, potential oxidation? 2) When you cold crash after dry hopping, do you wait until the 3-5 day dry hop period is over, or begin crashing during the 3-5 days? 3) All my googling has told me that cold crashing close to freezing temp is ideal, but would lowering the wort temp into the 50s (F) still allow for some clarification of wort? Would some yeast floccuate and drop at lower temps, even if it's not as cold as is recommended? I have this potentially ridiculous idea to wrap the fermenter in my swamp cooler. My fridge is currently filled with food, and my girlfriend has already been very patient and supportive of me taking over the kitchen every 2 weeks for brew day, I don't know about fitting my fermenter in the fridge don't want to push my luck with my SO. My goal here is to help with clarification and a brighter beer. Because I'm dry hopping in a bag, I'm not worried about removing hop sediment, but would like to try and clear up the beer post-boil, and was wondering if lowering the temperature, even just by 10 degrees, would be beneficial after primary fermentation and secondary conditioning are finished. My sister just got me a one gallon big mouth bubbler for a secondary for my birthday, and I can't wait to try it out!