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Old 06-05-2007, 03:36 PM   #1
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I brewed my amber ale on Saturday. Last night it was in my way when I was going to bottle and brew, so I moved it all of 20 feet to a closet in my room.

I go back to it two hours later and the kreusen was gone. This morning I get up and it is still not reformed, but the airlock is still active.

Now, I worry a LOT less than most people here, but I was wondering what people's experiences with this are.

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Old 06-05-2007, 03:43 PM   #2
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It'll be fine. I've had some krausens never even appear. I've had krausens take over my workshop (wit yeast) and not surrender for a week. Depends on the yeast.

As long as you have visible fermentation and your gravity is going down, you're fine.


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I've had krausens fall long before the ferment is done & I've had a couple that stick around after the bubbles stop.
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Cool. Thanks. I just know it fell because I made it fall, so I wanted to know that I didn't kill it.
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