I looks fine but you'll never know how it's really doing unless you take a hydrometer reading. Once it's hit close-to FG you should taste it. It's it tastes butterscotchy or has a slick feel on your tongue then bring it to 60-65°F for a day or two.
Then, once you hit FG, start your lagering and proceed as normal.
Primary: air and sadness =(
Kegged: air and sadness =(
Bottled: English Barleywine (brewed 9/26/09 -- bottled 5/5/10)
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