So last week I had a double brew day doing a PSA IPA and a Belgian Tripel. Today i was supposed to dry hop the IPA and went to work racking to a secondary on top of my added 2oz of cascade. After reviewing my notes I realized I just dry hopped the wrong beer!!! I grabbed the wrong primary because I didnt see need to label it. Two batches aren't that hard to keep track of? Yeah right. So how do you think this is going to affect the taste of this beer?
Make sure you take detailed notes, including your error. My best beer is one that was designed as a one off "fluke" to over-IBU a buddy. It turned out to be one of my best, but I took detailed notes, and can replicate it. I can't keep it in the keg.
"Lady, you want me to answer you if this old airplane is safe to fly?
Just how in the world do you think it got to be this old?"
Perhaps rack the Tripel off the hops and into a secondary and age for a couple of months. Should cause the hops flavor to mellow. Will also mellow in the bottle or keg. Folks here often suggest that hop flavors fade after a couple of months.