First time posting, first time brewing, yadda yadda
So I was able to drink my first batch of beer just yesterday. I realized quickly that I had messed up the cooling process and I did not activate the yeast properly. So when I went to open my bottles I was expecting the beer to be very flat and undrinkable.
The latter was true yet when I popped open the bottled it certainly POPPED and would not stop foaming for a good couple of minutes, this happened with every bottle.
It was a Belgian Saison ingredient kit from my local brew store. I am already on my third batch and doing many things differently. Now I understand that I probably did many things wrong with my first batch but I am not discouraged! You learn something new every time. But I am just very curious to as why the excessive amount of overflow occured. If there is an easy answer I would love to hear it!