Day 14 in the keg at 38* and this is very drinkable. It had a bit of that early beer "bite" to it the first week, that's mellowed out quite a bit. I'll be ready to serve this to friends next week (3 weeks in the keg at 38*). Definitely gonna brew this one again before summer rolls around.
I just finished my boil...waiting to pitch the yeast. The original post said to frement 1 week in the primary and 3 weeks in the secondary. Any thoughts on keeping it in the primary for the whole time? That's what I have been doing and it has worked out fine. Also, is 3 or 4 weeks recommended for fermentation (in order to give the yeast time to clean up after itself)?