I’m fermenting my first batch of homebrew. I had a problem syphoning to the secondary fermentor. I got about 3 gallons to the secondary. After struggling to get the syphon going again, I decided to airlock the primary fermentor and continue fermenting in both carboys.
I’m making a red IPA and dry hopped the secondary fermentor per the recipe. With only 3 of the 5 gallons in there, it could be a REALLY hoppy IPA!
Again, this is my first go, so my concern is when I get ready to bottle in a couple days. Do I mix the two versions together in the bottling bucket or adjust the priming solution and bottle each beer separately and basically make two different beers?
Thanks. Hopefully, I won’t screw up the syphoning w/ my next batch.