There are a few topics about this here but nothing that gives info on my particular situation...
I've fermented in primary for 1 1/2 weeks then transferred to secondary. Left the ale in there for another week and have just bottled my ale 2 days ago. The mix was still producing a heavy amount of gas at the time of bottling. The bottles are now in a dark environment at 20 degrees C.
Don't ask why i did it this way. I think i messed up a few things but we'll see on the final result.
When i bottled i added 1/2 teaspoon of priming sugar to each bottle and gently tipped the bottle till the sugar was dissolved. Iv'e got 35 pint bottles in total. They ale porcelain topped glass bottles.
My question is when should i cold crash the cloudy ale? Should i cold crash them in another day or two or can i just leave them bottled and cold crash when i was to drink in 2-6 weeks?
Also the ale was very bitter when i bottled it, could that be a sign of trouble? Or be just because it's still young?
EDIT: I think this is quite good info actually:
Didn't see it before...
So i should leave the cloudy ale in the bottle for a few weeks then cold crash when i want to drink?