...I am not asking about this because I think something is wrong, more so for learning purposes. This is only my second serious brew (not counting brewmaster-kit brews).
The beer is a honey nut brown ale. Which includes a pound of honey in the mix, which I understand slows fermentation.
I took a reading Wednesday, it was 1008. Today (Saturday) it is 1007. So, not done.
First of all - since Northern Brewer doesn't think it is important to tell you what the FG should be
I have no friggin clue what my target is. WHich is beginning to make me want to switch to a different provider...in fact I will if I find one that includes this info.
So - is this normal? Still fermenting after 2 weeks?
Beer temperature has been a steady 66-67 from day one.
So does this also mean I should let it sit longer than 4 weeks in primary due to the slow fermentation...if this is slow that is.
Thank you for your comments as always