Originally Posted by RichBrewer
I wouldn't call that normal for a beer that is ready to bottle. The tan colored chunks look like Kraeusen that has not yet fallen. It could also be yeast that has clumped together.
You mentioned in another thread that you gravity was high. That information along with your photo has me wondering if the beer finished fermenting. I would keep an eye on those bottles to be sure they don't over carbonate.
Yeah I screwed up and took my final gravity reading after I mixed in my priming sugar.
The thing is my blow off hose stopped burping after 24 hours. I have left it in the bucket for 2 weeks even though I havn't seen and CO2 coming out. No I guess there is a chance that my bucket lid had a small leak but if I push down on the lid I can see the air bubble in my blow off hose move up and down. So I know there was pressure in there.
So if I just leave this batched bottled and they don't explode will I have good beer in 2 weeks? OR should I test a bottle in one week to see if it's over carbonating.