Originally Posted by Wolfhound180
Yea the grey parts are just lighting issues with my camera phone. The pellicle was pretty much solid white. Been fermenting for a week or so now around 65 F. Going to keep it there for another week before I let it warm up into the 70s again. How long is normal to let this stuff sit before kegging?
Good! I didn't want to freak you out, but a grey material on the pellicle would mean some type of mold or undesirable.
As for how long, make sure it hits its final gravity. Since you are kegging, this shouldn't be a problem, but if you bottle, you will want to make sure it is all the way done fermenting.
I usually give it a couple of months, just to make sure, but if the sourness is right for you, then once it is done fermenting, keg it.