This photo is 2 weeks post fermentation, sure glad I used a blow off. I hit my FG so I'm not worried, but I've never seen that much trub make its way through the blow off tube. Any concerns or is this rather typical?
My blow off containers look like that everytime.
How much headspace did your beer have, it looks like you collected lots of yeast through the blowoff.
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5 gallons in a 6.5 gallon bucket.
Looks like you got yourself a nice supply of washed yeast!
I just dumped out a pickle jar that looked like that today Poor yeasties, but there's plenty more where they came from in the fermenter.
Bottles: Weedwhacker Wheat, SimCity IPA, MO/Cascade SMaSH
Primary: Sasquatch Imperial Stout, Bee Cave Kolsch
Next to brew: Some sort of enamel-melting IPA and a nut brown