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Old 11-21-2012, 02:09 AM   #11
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They're still only mildly carb'd. I opened them up and poured them back into a fermenter thinking I solved the problem, but one of the last beers had a big chunk of flesh looking crap plop in the bucket. It was some kind of mold. I pulled it out quickly but I feel like it may infect the whole batch now. Grrrr
Without pictures, it is hard to tell, but I suspect that this is just a "yeast raft" or some other chunk of trub. Fermentation is a messy process, and often leaves behind all types of funky stuff in the bottles/buckets.
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