I'm new to all-grain brewing and I'm doing a small batch (1 gal) / brew in a bag type process. I'm on batch #4 at this point. I would like to reduce the amount of trub and hop residue that gets into my primary. I know how to deal with the hops, that should be taken care of next brew. I don't know what to do about trub. I have noticed that the screens that come with funnels will catch some of this, but they clog up quickly, partly because their surface area is very small. The fact that they work has me wondering if something like a grease screen would work also. They tend to be quite a bit larger, 13 in diameter seems common. I believe the weave is tighter than a normal strainer. Anyone ever try this? My other thought is a settling approach where I would let the wort settle for a half day and then transfer from 1 jug to another, leaving most of the trub behind. Anyone try this?