I don't hear a lot about filtering beer. This seems to be much more important when making lagers or kolsches, than when making IPA's. The older way was using filter pads with wine-making filtering systems, but the beers I've tasted using that method always has a residual "chemical" taste from the pads that is quite noticeable, even when the pads were pre-washed for some time with a huge quantity of water. The more recent way of filtering beer is using filter cartridges such as those used when filtering water. I've tried one such "advanced" filtering system, but it used very sub-standard parts such as cheap valves with levers that bend very easily, and inferior gaskets that result in some leakage. In my experience, I lost about a half gallon. The advantage was that the filter was re-usable, although there were no instructions on how to clean the filter. https://www.ontariobeerkegs.com/adv-beer-filtering-kit.html Has anyone come across a relatively inexpensive system ($50-$100) that uses better quality components?