Bottled a Blonde Ale about 9 days ago and used Corn Sugar to prime and the things are not showing any signs of carbonating. There are a couple of variables that I did with this one that I think may be the issue but I wanted to confirm and hopefully get a solution.
1. I used Gelatin for fining in the secondary. Coupled with a good cold crash the beer was crystal clear when it went into the bottles.
2. It has been UNREASONABLY cold around here this winter. (In Kentucky, we just don't do -11F!!)
My concerns are that it is too cold in the house (57F) for my Wyeast 1272 to be active enough to carb, or that the gelatin actually dropped too much yeast out of the solution.
When bottling, I use the last little bit of beer as a tester. I usually put it in a small mason jar and seal it. That way I can open that a week or so later to check carb level without disrupting any of my bottled beer.