On Sunday the 24th I brewed my first 10 gallon batch. It was an extract IPA. Everything went well during the brew and since I was splitting the batch with a brewing buddy I pitched two different yeasts for kicks.
Last night I racked each five gallon primary into a secondary and there is a distinct difference in the appearance. I expected the taste to be different because of the yeast but I didn't expect the difference in color and clarity.
The cooled wort was put into the both primaries at the same time with a tee coming off the valve on the kettle.
The beer on the left used Wyeast 1187 Ringwood ale and the one on right uset White Labs WL008 East Coast Ale. I don't typically take hygrometer readings but I did and the Wyeast was at 1.012 and the White Labs at 1.016. We tasted both beers and the one on the left doesn't taste bad just looks way different.
Should I leave it in the secondary until it clears? What if it doesn't clear?
Anyone else have this happen?