I'm about as novice as can be and have no home brewing friends to guide me, so please forgive my stupidities and ignorance.
I'm in the midst of my very first brew. After pitching the yeast, I put my ale brew to ferment in a back room that got way too cold early in the fermentation due to the recent cold spells in the western US. It has been 2 weeks now. My instructions say that it should taste like flat beer with no sweetness. However it has a distinct fizzyness to it... though not quite a regular beer fizzyness, it reminds me more of what one sometimes gets when Orange Juice sits in the fridge too long. Otherwise it does taste like beer. There might be a hint of sweetness, but not much. All the troubleshooting information I can find does not seem to mention fizzyness at the pre-bottling stage.
So... toss it or bottle it?