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- Surface scum fell, problem?
I've heard that when a pellicle falls from a wild beer, it's best to rack it soon.I have a 2mo old rodenbach clone in glass carboy w/ airlock at 64-68F and it developed a bunch of bubbly scum on the s
- Keeping an infected batch for mixing.
I have what I think to be an lacto infected batch. I am keeping it around in a keg thinking I might have a use for it. For example, Guiness uses about 3% sour beer in their stout. This is what I read