So last Saturday was time to bottle my Imperial Red Ale, I was going to be about 4 bottles short from my estimate so I knew I had to finish the sixer that was left in the fridge to have enough bottle. I started drinking around noon to get enough bottles and bottled the Red a few hours later with my buddy. We decided it had been 2 weeks since we bottled our first batch so we thought we would try them out. Well they were delicious, not quite carbed as much as I would like but still delicious. We had a couple each. Anyways, in the middle of the night I woke up and had to hurry to the bathroom as if I just drank a whole bottle of ExLax.
The next day I figured that maybe it was the Thai chili chicken pizza I ate the day before and thought nothing of it. Then last night I thought I would drink a few home brews after work so I did, and the same thing happened at about 2am I had to run to the bathroom.
Sorry for the long post but my question is in the title: Is the ExLax effect just from yeast still in suspension and I am just not used to it, or is it from the beer just being too "green" and it won't cause that after it ages a bit? It is a DIPA so I didn't want to have to bottle condition it for too long for fear of losing the hoppy flavor I love so much. I was sure to leave the yeast on the bottom undisturbed as best as I could. I used Wyeast 1056 so it doesn't flocculate particularly well.
Hopefully someone can answer this because I am scared to drink anymore of my homebrew.