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enderhay

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K here is my story.
I brewed a Irish red on Feb 8th. I Brewed and cooled my brew as i have done countless times in the past. the only difference is I fermented in a bucket and transferred to a keg to secondary. I had good bubbling as you would expect. (I pitched Wyeast 1084 Irish Ale yeast)
I checked my gravity reading at day seven and it read 1.030 my og was 1.053. I was leaving for vacation so i racked to my keg to secondary. i spent a week and a half on vacation and came back thinking i would be good to rack to my serving keg. I took a gravity reading on march 2nd and it read 1.020. has anyone had a ferment like this? Should i ??
 

brewmasterpa

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let it ferment a little longer, maybe 7-14 days, check it again, and dont forget to adjust for temperature. no hurry, right? doesnt hurt
 
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