First brew (Brewers Best PSA IPA) has been dry hopping for 8 days in the secondary, primary is my second brew (Brewers Best Imperial Blonde). The blonde wrapped up yesterday and the krausen has nicely sunk in. I'm leaving it for 3 more weeks before bottling. The IPA however had been a little weird. OG of 1.066 and what I thought was the FG of 1.012 when I tested before dry hopping. Then last Sunday the ferm room warmed to 74 and a layer of tiny bubbles formed on top and hasn't stopped since. I figured RDWHAHB, and will just let it ride then take another FG reading before bottling. Both smell great.
Got a Barolo Italian wine and EdWort's Apfelwien in primary, a pale ale of my own design and a merlot in secondary. It won't be long until I have to find a place to store 22 gallons of alcoholic beverages (in addition to the 10 or so already put up), but that's a different problem for a different day.