I have had a mead in the primary since December with a good handful of chopped pineapple, honey, water and some spices.
The mead was nice and cloudy for a good while and all of the fruit was floating. Finally, the fruit dropped and the mead cleared nicely. One day I walked in to find the fruit floating and I was told that this may be due to degassing.
The fruit dropped again and all appeared well so I thought nothing of it. Well, today, I went in to look at how nice and clear it was but the fruit was floating AGAIN and the mead is all cloudy again!
Im halfway inclined to believe I might have fubared this batch due to 'sampling' too many times. Is this unusual for a mead to go through 26 different seasons like this?
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