I used this for the first time in a French and a belgain pale ale. I got what i thought may be a lacto infection. After digging through infection threads, im not getting answers, in a thread with a french ale i had seen the same white paint like film that breaks apart like iceberges, and it saying that its from the yeast curdles and not an infection.
Im a bit confused is this normal for s-33 or these types of yeast to do this during fermentation. I thought maybe it was from my wooden lids on my jars i use as i have seen green mold around the plug.So far 2 out of 3 i used this same yeast had this happen my first second was ok then third had it all from one pack i splitt up between 3 differnt weeks and 3 different beers.
I havent seen a confirmed lacto infection thread,i dont want bottle bombs but i also dont want to worry for nothing if i dont have to.
I actually bottled these batches but stuck them in the fridge after 2 wks and confirmed carbonation, i took them out as im not shure if its a normal part/character of this s-33 yeast. I would like to condition them to taste better.As 2 months is usually my minimum before i would decide to chill them all.