So, I'm new to this, but I've already got a gallon of JAOM going and it's been bubbling away just fine for a couple weeks now. I just started a gallon of blackberry melomel a little while ago. Based on the advice of the guys at my LHBS I poured the must in the primary on top of the blackberries and added a crushed campden tablet. The plan is to let it sit for about 24 hours, then pitch the yeast. I just looked at the carboy (about an hour after putting everything together and dropping in the campden). Everything looks great on the surface, but if you look closely, and especially if you shine a light through it, it looks almost like there's a bunch of fiberous, cotton-like stuff floating around (sorry for the terrible description...that's about the best I can do.) Not sure if this is normal or not and what causes it. Any ideas?