Brewing that Cascade/Orange Pale Ale

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Ishraider

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Getting ready to do my first PM and its gonna be the orange pale ale recipe i found on this site. I have a little bit of a dilemma.

I have 2 primary 6 gallon carboys and 1 5 gallon carboy. Right now both the primarys are full and i want to rack one of the primarys to secondary to free the primary. One has a Brown Ale that has been in for 13 days and the other is a American IPA that has been in for 11 days. They both still have some bubbles on the surface and im afraid of ruining them....however i need suggestions as to which one i should put into the secondary.
 

RichBrewer

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If you will be brewing soon, go ahead and rack one of the two beers. Even though it is still bubbling, fermentation should be pretty much complete. It won't hurt a thing.
 
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