I just took a gravity reading exactly two weeks into brewing. It's not bubbling anymore, but it's still cloudy, so I think I'll give it another week or two.
My original gravity was 1.07, and two weeks later it's at .994. Now, if I'm doing my math correctly, I should be at around 10% AC, right?
Grrrr, I really can't wait 'till I can drink a finished aged pint of the stuff.
I just tried a tiny sip of the gravity tube, and even though I know it's not done (I was excited), it wasn't that bad. A little dry, but still a bit sweet/bitter, no lingering aftertaste, and it went down smooth.
Thanks, you guys!
Also, do I NEED to put it into a secondary fermenter, or should I just leave it in the primary as is until it's good and clear?
Is there a definite difference in taste?
Primary: Soon, my precious. Soon.
Originally Posted by kaptain_karma
edited for druck spelling