Sorry if I'm posting in the wrong place but, I don't know how to start my own thread. I need some advice please. I just finished my first all grain brew. It went well until the wort chilling. I'm brewing a a Bud Light clone, (to peak the wife's intrest to loosen the purse strings for a brew stand). I borrowed a copper wort chiller from my friend who introduced me to brewing. While chilling the wort, at about 80 degrees, it went very wrong. The exhaust side hose clamp was loose, and water, "squirted", into the wort. I quickly pulled the chiller out, but the hose came off the chiller, and further contaminated the wort. I did not know what to do, so I put the wort back on the burner, and brought it back to a boil. I fixed the chiller, resanitized it, and rechilled the wort. I transfered to the carboy, cast the yeast, put on the airlock, and hoped for the best. That was three days ago. The first two days, there was an aggresive fermentation. The wort in now very cloudy, and the airlock has almost stopped. The kroisen is a wierd greenish/brown color. Is it ruined? What should I have done to save this brew?