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Caribou Slobber to finished secondary

I have been brewing the carubu slobber for the first time. It seems like the the water has balanced out. How long can I leave it in secondary before I need to bottle

How long have you had the Slobber in the secondary? The level of the liquid in the air lock will also change with temperature and with changes in the barometric pressure. If you have had the beer in the secondary for a few days without the level changing in the air lock it should be bottled to avoid oxidation. Air enters through the air lock to mix with the CO2 that was there when racking to the secondary. It doesn’t take too long before the head space of a secondary vessel is the same mix as the air out side the secondary.

Thanks I had a thought of that but I was reading through and was not sure. There is different there’s different opinions on it. Thanks

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