I have an orange blossom mead that has been sitting in primary for roughly two and a half months, that still seems to be actively fermenting and is still almost as cloudy as the day I pitched. I started out with an OG of 1.136 with plenty of aeration and 1 tsp of fermaid K. I pitched montrachet yeast which I hear is a somewhat fast fermenter.
Well, I'm still seeing active yeast and bubbles on the surface of the mead like how it was the first couple weeks it was in primary. After the first 3 weeks, the bubbles died down and airlock activity dropped. After another month it seems that it is becoming active again and continuing the fermentation so I've left it in primary and haven't touched it, thinking it will subside and clear. Temps have ranged between 66 and 68 degrees for the duration. Also, some yeast has dropped out to the bottom of the carboy, but there's only maybe 1/4 inch of lees at the bottom which is significantly less than anything else I've made.
I haven't taken a gravity reading yet, but I will be doing that this weekend. Anyone else ever experience this before?