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Old 02-06-2014, 11:30 PM   #1
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Default paulaner hefe-weizen clone, should I move to secondary?

First time brewing outside of a kit and it says to move to secondary for fermentation should I or should I not and why???


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Old 02-06-2014, 11:35 PM   #2
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No need. It's a practice that serves little purpose but lots of old-school brewers still do it, so it remains in brew kit instruction books. I'd levae it where it is until you need to bottle/keg.



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Thanks man, it also means I can start a second brew in my empty bucket!!


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Thanks man, it also means I can start a second brew in my empty bucket!!


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Perfect, as long as it's not your bottling bucket (has spigot)!
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Holy crap thanks for pointing that out! Guess I need another carboy.


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I'll point out the obvious, too, that hefeweizen means wheat beer with yeast. It isn't supposed to be clear anyway, so trying to clear with primary doesn't make any sense and you don't want to age it a long time either.

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How long do you think I should let it sit and ferment?


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Until the gravity is stable and not lowering for several days. Many are done with a 2-3 week primary if the yeast is managed well and temperature is appropriate.



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