« on: April 07, 2015, 02:11:40 PM »
1. Welcome to the hobby, adventure, learning curve, obsession!
2. Its very difficult to not make beer, so relax
3. Barring something outlandish, like pouring 140º wort into a carboy and immediately pitching, I say give it more time. If you used a liquid pitch like White Labs or Wyeast can you recall what the date was on the package. If its really old you'll have a problem. But here's whats probably happening, you didnt get your wort aerated quite enough and you didn't build up enough lively yeast cells, so its starting really slow. But dont worry, if you have edible sugars in there and yeast that are still alive, it will ferment. 30 hrs with no bubbles is not a reason to panic in your situation.