WLP002 is a beast, and as philm63 points out works fast and drops like a brick which is very normal for this yeast.
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In our 7 BBl set up we have two fermenters and four brite/serving tanks.
In terms of fermenter time, our batches take about the same amount of time in primary that yours do. I like for them to have 3 weeks in the fermenter at a minimum and I find that the beers greatly benefit from that. ...
What do you mean by this? Are they more clear? Less fermentation byproducts?
I ask because I think 3 weeks is quite a long time to sit in a fermenter at home, let alone in a production environment, unless you're lagering in a Uni.