This is an issue i am having with my 10th batch of beer.
I made a belgian tripel - primary for a month, secondary for a month - then bottled it and let it sit.
It has been sitting for 6 weeks now in the bottle.
It tastes ok, but every bottle has a TON of sediment - and not the type that just sits at the bottom and trubs up. - I am talking sediment that swirls around when you pick up a bottle. It is almost impossible to avoid and it is about 5 times what I normally see.
Anyone have any thoughts on this? I would think that as this beer sat the longest for me that it would have the LEAST issue with sediment and things like that. Yes - I know - just drink it and dont' sweat it - but I'd like to avoid this in the future if I make this recipe again.
Useful Idiot Brewing Co.
Current Brewing Profile:
Primary Fermenter 1 (5 Gal): Belgian Tripel
Primary Fermenter 2 (5 Gal): Double Chocolate Stout
Primary Fermenter 3 (5 Gal): Dogfishhead 60IPA Clone
Primary Fermenter 4 (5 Gal): N. Belgian Fat Tire Clone
Primary Lagerer (5 Gal): Dutch Lager