Well after 2 weeks I check the gravity of my Copper Dragon Ale and it came out great
, actually 2 points lower then expected (1.010).
My yeast attenuation is 80.4%... the package says 77% attenuation. Didn't realize you cold go over the yeast attenuation. Most of my beers had been to low.
My Actual Mash Efficiency ended up being 76.0%, not bad for my first AG
Quick question, I mashed at a couple of degrees lower then I wanted (150 instead of 152), would that cause the yeast attenuation to be higher and my FG be 2 points lower?
Damn, I am so JAZZED about this beer, I was planning on making it my first competition beer... just need to find one to enter it in.
Thank to all for the great advice!!!
EDIT: Thought I would add a pic of it in the tube...