I need some help with a really dumb A%$ mistake.
I made a batch of Irish blonde ale and due to my work schedule, it sat in the primary for 3 weeks. No problem, I get it. So I figure, no need to secondary now… right.
Well somehow I managed to suck up a ton of yeast while racking into the bottling bucket, and of course I already added the sugar. OK, no sweat, let it sit overnite and bottle tomorrow.
I could see in the bottling tube that the beer was VERY cloudy. When I was done, there was a quarter inch of yeast in the bottom of the bucket! 48 beers, bottled, and already very slightly carbonated.
Now, what do I do?
A - leave it alone and hope for the best.
B - un-cap it all and carefully pour into a secondary with an air lock, let it sit for another week in my basement, and re-prime and re-bottle.