Originally Posted by 2pugbrews
Obviously I mistitled this thread - it was late and I was sleepy. It should have been "Low FG Goat Scrotum Ale Fix?"
I am only minimally confused. My subject heading was right in the first place. can plead ignorance because this is only my 10th batch.
here's what I've done: racked the Goat Scrotum Ale (Windsor yeast) on top of my ESB cake(1028 London Ale Yeast). I'm in a bit of a rush because I'm going in for knee replacement on the 24th so won't be mobile enough to get down to process my beer. Want to get it in the secondary by the 23rd.
24 hours later the SG had gone down from 1.027 (stuck) to 1.022. Called my favorite hbs guy and he said to shake it real good which I did. I'm out of town so now won't check it until Mon. When I left this morning it was only bubbling very weakly
Is there any hope for this brew?
The main question is: racking from the primary to the cake from my ESB, should I rack again or count it as being in the secondary for the long haul during my recovery from surgery?