Found out my landlord is raising my rent by $200 a month. This a year after it was raised $250 the year before. It's just too much for me to pay and I have to move.
Problem is I have been aging a Oud Bruin beer since Dec (the end of the month). Its been five months and I will have one more month before I have to move (July 1st).
The beer is still in primary (5 gallon glass) on the yeast cake.
As I see it, I have a few options.
1) Keep it in primary: I can imagine it will be difficult to carry a primary glass fermenter, but with a carrying bag, I will have to manage.
2) Bottle it. It is easy to move with bottles and this is the option I would prefer.
3) Dump it. But not really considering this unless bottle bombs will be present.
If I bottle it after six months is there any real risk of bottle bombs? Will this cause off flavors?
I might sound annoyed, but at least this will free up my fermenter for a Flanders Red!