Originally Posted by snowtires
That's fine. I'm not a believer of a secondary except in certain conditions. Racking early means more yeast in secondary, more yeast means more ability to clean up the beer some more as if being in a primary. Now if you can leave it in secondary for a couple weeks it should be magical.
I am currently drinking an IPA that I kegged after 1 week in primary just as an expirament to see for myself if all the hoopla about patience is warrented, and indeed it is, while I am drinking beer its still not clear and the flavours are not nearly as clean and refined as a 3 weeker.
I'm pretty sure patience is key when brewing, fermenting, and kegging. I've only brewed about 5 times but I think that it is really important to take your time with temps, mash rests, and especially fermentation....which is why the early transfer got my OCD all wacky.
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