I currently have a beer in my sig that had krausen for 13 days and still going it was 1-2 inches thick and has been 1 inch for last 1 week+ today when I shook it I actually saw some of the beer so I guess it will be dropping soon.
I might end up with the longest thick krausen record
Btw since I am seeing so much krausen I am not even checking the gravity. I am keeping nicely in the cooler (never changed water or added ice) and its been at 63-68 all fermentation. When the krausen falls down I will take primary out of the cooler and leave it at room temperature for until I hit 3 weeks total or more.
Old school or the new, doesnt mean a thing if your heart's not true!
Primary: 04/29 Pomegranate Nectarine Apfelwein, 05/23 Petite Saison
Kegs drinking: AHS Midnight Wheaten Stout 03/18 - 04/14 - 04/28,
Kegs conditioning: 01/29 - 04/29 Cranberry Apfelwein, 04/29-05/23 Petite Saison
RIP: 11/07-11/28-01/29-05/04-11/17 Flanders Brown Ale