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Help, floaties in my wort right now!

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Just did my second biab tonight and pulled a sample after i took my nag out. All seemed fine but i noticed some particles in the wort. When i took a smaple, here is what it looks like:
Is this normal? About to add my first hop addition bit i am worried.

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Looks like bits-o-grain...

Should settle out in the whirlpool...

Proceed! All is well!

:)

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Did u include hops in the wort? If it's not grain floaties, it's probably hops. I go commando with mine, they all look like that for a while. It will be brewski. :charlie:

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Ok, thanks. I did use a new bag this time. It is a bit coarse. I have a pait strainer to strain into the lbk so that should thin it out hopefully.

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Don't strain it. Just let it run it's course, cold crash the keg for 3 days before bottling.

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"Dibs" post=387217 said:

Just did my second biab tonight and pulled a sample after i took my nag out. All seemed fine but i noticed some particles in the wort. When i took a smaple, here is what it looks like:
Is this normal? About to add my first hop addition bit i am worried.

So let me see if I got this straight...You're brewing up a batch of beer and taking your wife out on a date all on the same night?

Dude! You are the man! But you ain't gonna get no where with the little lady talkin' about her like that.

:laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

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