Sorry it's hard to tell.. but I'm not quite sure if this mead is infected or not.. or if it's just sticky bubbles of goodness, since this is my first mead...
I'm currently a week in.. and at day 4 added in the yeast nutrient and energizer
10 lbs Millers clover honey
3 lbs 365 wildflower amber honey
48 oz Topanga Quality Honey (Orange)
Witelabs seet mead/wine yeast (WLP720)
1 tsp brewcraft yeast nutrient
1 tsp brewcraft yeast energizer
My hydrometer reading just before inoculation was 1.110 (not sure if this is a correct reading or not)
... ok.. so I have a few questions besides the obvious..
1) Does it appear to be infected? if so, can I remove it/clean it?
2) Is there a proper timetable for adding nutrient and energizer?
3) Is there a better method for adding nutrient and energizer without getting blow out? (I pulled must out with a thief into a sanitized cup, mixed in nutrient and energizer then poured slowly back into carboy)
4) Does my original reading of 1.110 appear to be correct, or is there some math I'm missing to account for honey density?