Originally Posted by abc08234
btw all the bottles have some floaties just like this one. I used star sans on all of them before bottling, and I bottled them with the foam too, so I figure the bottles are clean, and I did not have moldy like floats in the primary. If it's not mold what can it be? *scratch head*
Probably yeast. You're doing just fine. Whether racked from primary or secondary, yeast will be in suspension. It's at the bottom of every keg I brew and if the temp is warm enough and there is sugar available, it will become active. Please don't stress.
To give you another perspective here's my process. I brew in primary for 21 days. The beer fully ferments and the yeast will compact at the bottom of the fermenter. I then rack it to the keg with minimal yeast in suspension. Then a force carb. Then draw off 8 ounces to get the settled yeast. Then bottle a few. By that time there is very little yeast.
The fact that you used corn sugar and did not force carb with a Co2 tank leads me to believe that it is yeast sediment from the corn sugar.