That's cool. Maybe I'll just leave it as is. Not worried about fermentation. But thinking about boiling a little water, dissolving the whirlfloc and adding it.RDWHAHB. Whirfloc isn't a must.
Oh, and read this: https://www.homebrewtalk.com/f39/fermentation-can-take-24-72-hrs-show-visible-signs-43635/
Two sets of words: .....[New brewer]..... [Wait a month]I didn't use anything like that in my last brew (irish moss, gelatin, etc) and had no problems with flocculation. It's really not a necessity. I do two weeks in primary and two in secondary and it came out great.
Oh, the horror!Or you could drink your beer cloudy:
If you can see through your beer, send it back, its not done cooking.
sort of thread, but
steaks should bleed when cut
you should not be able to see through a glass of beer!
I probably wont' mess with the gelatin this time, but good to know about. I don't have the patience yet to have stuff sit in secondary long. I'm pretty new to brewing and am trying to stock pile a bunch of beer, then I'll go for the longer brews. Problem is, I keep drinking it!... bottled into 32oz bottles...