Originally Posted by castillo
This beer had an original gravity of 1.066 and a final gravity of 1.015. Is this considered a high gravity beer?
Some consider anything over 1.060 to be a higer grav beer...
others say above 1.070.
It doesn't really matter..the point is that your beer is not carbed yet...but there is nothing wrong
, carbing and conditioning is a living process and it has it's own agenda...If you read the link I provided you will see there is no hard and fast rule..it happens when it happens. Some beers take 6 or 8 weeks, some claim they have full carbing after a week (but most of the time they say their beer still is green) but eventually all beers carb up.
just take them back into a 70 degree space again and leave them alone...in a couple days resuspend the yeast...then check one bottle a week until they carb up...and all will be well.
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