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brewer_in_the_cap

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Hi all,
I have a beer that's been in secondary for just over 2 weeks now. A few days ago I noticed a few floaters and more appear every day (they're all fairly small). I don't think it's an infection, does it look like yeast?

Is there anything I can do to make it drop?

I used Windsor yeast and it's a Tankhouse Clone. Sorry about the crappy pic.

Thanks,
Nk

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Room temp is 64.
I did have a problem with sanitizer being sucked in while it was equalizing with room temp.
 

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Are you sure it is done fermenting? You also get the yeast active at that temp. I accidentally left on heater in garage last night. My stout had bubbles today and the yeast are waking back up.

Cold crash it and it should drop.
 
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