I brewed the partial mash Pliny clone from Austin; hit the OG dead on, just over two weeks primary the krausen had fallen and I hit 1.016; a bit higher than the kit's estimate of 1.012 but no worries. The trub/yeast cake was huge!
I racked it to the secondary on top of the half a pound of hops and it became active again. Airlock, and this thick layer of green krausen bubbling away.
It has been 10 days, which is the recommended dry hop time, but as you can see from this picture it still looks like it is working. I know, I need to take some gravity readings; I just want to disturb it as little as possible. I would rather wait for it to settle down.
I am going out of town, is it OK to leave this for another couple of weeks? Any problems with dry-hopping that long?
"I would Rather Have a Keg of Delirium Tremens than a Case of It"
Up Next: Imperial Rhubarb Wheat
Enjoying: too many odd bottles to list..