Anyone else getting more bombs as the weather warms?
The weather here in Colorado has been quite hot the last few days and I've had 3 bombs go off in my beer closet. (No A/C in the house)
The batch that is bombing has been in the bottle for almost 4 weeks now. I have been drinking it pretty regularly every couple days and it's not over carbed and it doesn't have off flavors so I doubt it's an infection.
But maybe it is???
The only bombs I have ever had were from a Bourbon Porter that was waaaay over carbed (I am guessing there was a bacteria on the soaked oak chips that didn't get zapped) and it kept fermenting in the bottle.
Heat didn't make 3 of my bombers explode, it was a pressure change from a storm.
Not hot weather. I've accidentally left bottles in the car all day in SC summer heat. but then again I like mine lightly carbed. The only time it's happened to me was when I got an infection and when I stupidly put some beer in an Evan Williams bottle.