Originally Posted by Kjm06
Oooohh this is good news. Was your hydrometer sample dark brown?
Mine was definitely BROWN when I took a hydro sample at 2 weeks. But by 4 weeks the yeast had dropped out and it revealed it true color - dark dark brown, almost black. I'm guessing that because the yeast is a creamy color, it influences the color of the dark wort. Again, just a guess. I've also seen it work the other way around with my lighter colored brews... Here's a pic of my black ipa. Beer Calculus puts it at 33*SRM.
"I don't want these logs looking like a Boy Scout was turned loose on them with a dull hatchet" -DP
primary 1: Saison
primary 2: Air
bottled: Sim'arillo IPA, CDA, Stout, BM's Centennial Blonde, Belgian Blonde, Citra'rillo APA