Hi all,About a week ago I bottled about three gallons of straight cider (just yeast and juice) in a dozen wine sized bottles and the remainder in a half gallon jug. It was in the 3 gallon jug for two days short of a year, very dry, and by all reports, quite tasty.
I've noticed looking back in on the remaining bottles that some of them have what appears to be a skin or film on the top, some covering the liquid, some barely there. I tested one, and it smells and tastes fine, so I'm a bit puzzled.
Whatever it is, it wants to stay on the top of the liquid, doesn't dissolve into the cider, just sort of stays clumped to itself.
Some kind of fallout from the Star San? I'll try to get a picture up, but thought I'd see if this sounded familiar to any of you.