As an upgrade to our current brewing system, we have been strongly considering adding a filter (link here: http://www.northernbrewer.com/beerbrite-beer-clarity-filtration), to expedite the clarity and to remove any particulates (hops/grains, etc.) from our brews. So to gain clarity faster* and to remove the yeast (and their aroma) from our beer, are we sacrificing anything? And has anyone had experience with this unit (see link above) or anything similar? I only see positives, with maybe a slight negative if some of the small particles are flavor contributors. Please share your thoughts, concerns, potentials issues, etc., etc. Of related note, we tend to brew some pretty hoppy beers. Our last IPA had 17 oz. of hops in a 5 gallon batch . should hops and any of their particulates be filtered out if they are still contributing to the flavor? * within a month after kegging, all of our beers (with the exception of NEIPA's which are cloudy by design), are crystal clear.