Been EXTREMELY busy lately. Haven't had time to bottle, going to do so tomorrow. Anywho, the beer sat in the fermenter about 4 weeks, was done fermenting in about 7 days.
Think this will be any sort of problem??? It is a honey brown ale.
Shouldn't really be a problem. Bottle that sucker and be ready to enjoy soon!
Agreed, you should be fine as long as you get it off of that yeast cake soon.
As long as it was kept dark and airlocked, it won't make any differance (except maybe a little clearer)
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Secondary: Double Chocolate Stout
Primary #1: AHS imperial Amber
planning: always more apfelwine, time to get some summer beer going!
Heck, with a Honey Brown, I would put it in a secondary and forget about it for another month. They age nicely.
Not a problem at all. It should have cleared by now, so be extra careful racking to the bottling bucket.
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