Originally Posted by flars
Is it about to rain? Change in atmospheric pressure can allow dissolved CO2 to be released. Change in temperature also. Warming wort can hold less CO2.
Are you brewing a saison? 75°F is a fairly high temperature for most ale yeasts. I would give this one three weeks in the fermentor to give the yeast time to clean up flavors.
How would you like some snow. We have a bit to much here.
Hm, interesting, maybe it is CO2 bubbling off. Or maybe the non-optimal brewing temp caused some weird behavior from the yeast.
Honestly I just want to get this one out of the fermenter so I can start my next batch and do it properly! The kit was a gift from my brother in law in the US who doesn't know Australian beers, and it's a Toohey's beer kit. He thought Toohey's was some kind of craft beer but it's actually cheap pub beer
Can't wait to make a proper IPA with American hops, as they're hard to find here.
Good luck with all your snow, I might head down to the beach for a bit