Cloudy Brew

Garrie

BrewArt Rookie
#1
Hi I'm sure its posted here somewhere but cant seem to find it
Have 2 droids and have cerveza in both and they brewed in 10 days (no notification this time only found out by checking app)
Both brews when I done a sample pour were cloudy and the droid seemed pressurized compared to the porter I just finished (cracking brew by the way)
Is this a problem
Cheers
Garrie
 

Pursya

BrewArt Rookie
#3
One for the tech crew I'm afraid.
Shoot BrewArt an email via the "contact us" link on the webpage.
If you have pics Yu can forward those as well. Reckon they've seen the separation thing before so will know the issue.
 

Garrie

BrewArt Rookie
#4
One for the tech crew I'm afraid.
Shoot BrewArt an email via the "contact us" link on the webpage.
If you have pics Yu can forward those as well. Reckon they've seen the separation thing before so will know the issue.

Already done thanks with pics. Will put brews into storage mode and wait to hear from Liam
 

Darren

Site Administrator
Staff member
#6
Dean is spot on, cloudy as heck especially the sample generally being the first pour since putting everything in the BeerDroid.

So I would go with perfectly normal, bottling is the easiest way to determine whether a brew is clear - easy to look into the bottle and see everything settle down the bottom during secondary.
 

Pursya

BrewArt Rookie
#7
Cloudy yes.
But the poster described a very large split in the sample.
I've never left my sample for that long, so I fear the split may be an issue.