Pond water would be an understatement - mine looks like sludge - thick sludge at that. Hope it clears now air temp is beginning to dropHi Liam, this really is a murky brew. Imo it's def worth putting into a secondary or cold crashing for a week or two. When I made this kit I hopped in a muslin bag, then cold crashed for two weeks, it resulted in a crystal clear beer. My brother in law made this recently without the muslin or cold crashing and we described it as pond water, although it still tasted lovely.
Just close your eyes when drinking!Pond water would be an understatement - mine looks like sludge - thick sludge at that. Hope it clears now air temp is beginning to drop
It also means cupboard, in Wales we have cwtch dan star, or cupboard under the stairs.Cwtch is apparently Welsh for cuddle and is pronounced cutch.
Do you cold crash before bottling? I find it helps a lotThanks for the advice pms - yea a little haze does not bother me at all, do a lot of homebrew drinking when out in the motorhome so sediment does get shook up.
I did a couple of brews which would not clear at all despite adding finnings. I think it must have been an infection of some kind so really 'thick' beer I am a little wary of. Pleased to say it has started to clear. Still young will give it another month or so now