Wheat in Secondary

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typebrad

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A lot of people don't do the secondary thing because it's the time when you can pick up some funky funk, transferring from one carboy to another. I'm a THIRD TIME brewer (new to this). Look at my pics. Did I just have a little more fermentation going on, or am I growing space grass in my beer? I'm not a chemist, or a biologist, or a horticulturalist.

Thanks for any input.

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The picture is too blurry to comment.

How long has it been fermenting? Did you transfer this because it could have kicked off again slightly. If it starts looking like a fuzzy white scab on the top of the beer then your infected
 

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Yeah, it's too dark to really see anything. If you really want to know you'll have to post another shot. From what I can see it could be yeast rafts. Could be nothing. Don't freak out yet.
 
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