I wasn't exactly sure where to post this, so I figured I'll try on the sanitation section. Now, I will get a pic up, but my camera died after I took a picture of the suspect. I recently acquired a conical fermenter and racked a beer into it on the 19th of January. This morning at about 5 am I decided to bottle it. So, I prepared for the task, I drained some trub out the fermenter and all looked ok. I bottled as planned, using 3 ounces of honey for 4 gallons of beer, I should end up with 2.2 volumes. Sorry, just trying to give all the info I can. Anyway, my OG was 1.053 and my FG was 1.013 on brewing day. I took a reading on the 19th and it was 1.018, today it was 1.016, a little off from my target. I got the whole process finished, all bottled and cleaned up. Went to clean the fermenter, opened her up and voila, there was like 4 or 5 circular, what appear to be, mold spots. About 1.5" in diameter, white around the outside, and a tint of green in the middle. On the back side is of these spots were remnants of the krausen, they peeled easily from the sides of the fermenter. Now, I have tasted the beer several times and it seems to be good, aside from it being flat. I'm not sure if this is mold, or what it is, if the beer is infected I'd sure like to know so that I don't get bottle bombs. Any thoughts?