Originally Posted by swerner
I brewed this about 10 days ago. After 12 hours there was some airlock activity. It continued pretty steady for about 2 days. It slowed down after that but never stopped. Today @ day 10 I went downstairs and krausen was bubbleing up through the airlock. I use the wyeast belgian wit yeast. I know yeast kind of do there own thing but is this a trait of this particular yeast? Any thoughts.
I used the Wyeast Belgian Wit yeast:
First, I had to stop my stir plate with the starter as it continued to come through the top of the 2 liter Erlenmeyer flask.
Second, despite the fact I added Fermcap to the primary, it was coming through the airlock on Day 2. I put a blowoff tube in place and that stayed there for the next 5 days.
I don't think you have a problem on your hands...just some very active yeast!