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thenewelthambrewer

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New brewer , first kit went really well, just tried Coopers best bitter kit. FG seems OK as readings have been the same for a couple of days but brew is much cloudier (like cider) than my earlier real ale kit. has something gone wrong ?or will it clear during secondary fermentation and conditioning?? I would appreciated some clarity, for myself and the beer !!
 

LesIsMore

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When it's fermenting, the yeast would be in suspension so it should be cloudy. It should clear up when the yeast settles. Just leave it be for awhile and you should be fine.

What type of yeast is it? How long ago did you pitch?
 

IanPCurr

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Time is your friend. I usually let everything sit in primary for 3 wks or so. Unless I'm brewing a wheat beer. Then I'll leave it in the secondary for a few more weeks. Never had a problem.


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