I suspect that many (maybe most) people that brew this do so without a secondary. I left it in primary for 3 weeks then bottled. Turned out great.
I keg direct from my primary. Rarely use a secondary on any beer I brew..
I always use secondary. Helps clarify any brew. After in primary 5-7 days I rack it to glass carboy and leave there for two weeks. Then straight to kegerator.
I racked this to secondary because we got an unusually large amount of trub. Honestly, about 4 inches of it at the bottom of the primary.
Aaaaaand this recipe is officially amazing. First all grain, carbonated for two weeks and couldn't wait any longer. It's not completely carbonated, but it is enough to enjoy. So delicious. Thanks for the great recipe!
I'm brewing this next. Can't wait, based on all the positive comments in this thread.
I bottled this up today and had a taste. It was very good! I can't wait for a few weeks to try it carbed up!
Brewed this today. Got a stuck sparge and slightly undershot my volumes, but both easily fixed. The Nottingham is bubbling away nicely and it smells delicious.
Brewing this right now...mashing in. Hit target temps. Smells delicious. Can't wait to try it
Does anybody know why BMW's recipe changes the base malt to GP,, cuts out a pound, and comes with 2 packages of notty? Updated recipe, or a mistake?