I've had a batch of BGSA in the primary for about 6 weeks now. Up until about a week ago, it had about 2 inches of yeasty foam on top, but that has all settled over the past week. Hydrometer readings have been stable over the past 3 days.
However, the beer is still quite cloudy. I'm not sure where to go from here. I could leave it in the primary to clear for a few weeks, which would be easiest to do. I could also put it into a secondary to get it off the yeast to prevent autolysis, which I have read is not too big of a concern these days. Or, I could prime and bottle, knowing full well that it will require about 3 months of bottle conditioning before being ready to drink and will have plenty of time to clear up.
I appreciate any suggestions. This beer will try my patience, but hopefully will reward my patience as well.