Originally Posted by Revvy
Just a tad of fermentation activity possibly, mixed with off gassing as the dry hops settled to the bottom, pushing up any o2 and co2 that might be present. Nothing to worry about whatsoever.
Remember, bubbling or not bublling really means little.
Thanks for the reply. I just jostled the carboy a bit and a bunch of bubbles released. Likely a sign of off-gassing as you suggest.
I suppose transferring the beer to a bottling bucket and getting the beer off the hops will stop the off-gassing activity so I can prime and bottle. Or should I wait for the off-gassing to stop? I certainly don't want any exploding bottles, and I really don't want the beer to sit on the hops any longer than it already has (14 days). I've read that 10-14 days is quite enough. Thanks.