Definitely neglected my skeeterpee in primary. When I checked the gravity yesterday, it was not only dry but it had begun to clear. Wasn't all the way though - the top half was starting to look good.
Still, I wanted to rack all five+ gallons onto the sorbate/sulfite and keep the process rolling. It's in my secondary now, happy as a clam - but racking and degassing has clouded the whole batch again.
Will it clear faster this time (hopefully stuff has coagulated and weighs more!) or am I starting from ground zero again? I don't mind a cloudy brew, but I'd like to have a bottle or two that looks really sharp to give as gifts. I'm concerned because I know I have another racking to go (once it's cleared, to see that the fermentation hasn't taken off again) and don't want to hinder the process more.
For the record- I did not use sparkolloid, just gravity!