Brewed my first tripel 9 days ago. Also created my first yeast starter (Wyeast 3787) for this beer which appeared to go well. It has been fermenting at about 66 in a glass carboy with a blow-off tube. Checking it tonight, I am still getting a small 'glug' in the overflow every 13 seconds or so. There haven't been any significant temperature changes, the carboy hasn't been moved, and the fermentation has pretty much slowed as I would have expected.
Question is this: Should I rack to secondary now, or wait until the bubbling slows even more? It will be sitting in secondary for at least a couple of months. I do not, though I should, take gravity readings between my OG and FG.
Thanks in advance,
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Belgian Tripel, Witbier
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