I did a no-boil berliner weisse two weeks ago with the Wyeast Lacto culture and German Ale yeast. I racked to secondary a few days ago, and when I went to check on it today it has a little bit of a what I think is a pellicle. I didn't think the lacto would form a pellicle on it's own, but maybe it does. I took some pictures with my cellphone, can anyone identify what I've got with these? I'm not sure if it's really obvious from the pictures, but it looks a little like little clumps of white spheres and a film on the surface of the beer.
I brought my berliner to a boil, flamed out, then pitched my wyeast lacto. After 100 hrs it had a soft, frothy krausen on it. If thats secondary, I doubt the lacto is very active, its more likely something else in my opinion.