Hi everyone, I did a fairly extensive search of the board posts but couldn't quite find what I was looking for. So thanks for any help.
I brewed a basic bitter about a week and half ago (1.038 og Marris otter, crystal 55, EKG, and fuggles). It's pretty much my house ale. I usually use S-04 but the lhbs was out....so I used nottingham for the first time. They were also out of Irish moss so I used whirlfloc for the first time.
The whirlfloc is quite impressive....super clear wort into the fermentor. I'm just curious if it's normal for some of the coagulant it forms to remain floating on the top even though fermentation is complete (hydrometer readings confirm). Or is that a trait of nottingham. I know it's only been a week and a half but I usually keg at 2 weeks (I like it really fresh). Any thoughts would be appreciated. Dave