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Old 07-22-2009, 03:55 PM   #91
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Old 07-23-2009, 09:43 PM   #92
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i have the exact same thing on 3.5 gallons. should i bottle anyway?
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Old 08-08-2009, 04:20 AM   #93
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damn that one looks like an eyeball staring at you
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Old 08-09-2009, 02:07 PM   #95
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Anyone know what this is called? I just had a similar one with many lines forming off of the sides... my first infection

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Old 08-10-2009, 02:45 AM   #96
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Two weeks ago I brewed a Dusseldorf alt, and I put it in a semi-open plastic container in the freezer portion of a refrigerator. Fermented at 60 degrees F. When I bottled it on Friday, 8.7.09, it had a strange taste and I couldn't identify it. It didn't taste like acetic/lactic acid, but it didn't taste malty. On Sunday, I looked at the bottles and they seemed to have a chalky substance and bubbles on top of the fill line. When I opened one, it foamed really badly. Ally my best judgment tells me it is infected, but I've never brewed an alt before. Should I lager the beer and see what happens? Or does it sound like I'm screwed?
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Well, here's my latest batch of oktoberfest. This is a live and learn type situation. It was my first lager. I got rushed into make this beer and didn't have time to make a starter. I shouldn't have brewed, but I did. It took over 48 hours for the yeast to kick in, so I think I managed to pick up an infection during that time. I believe this is acetobacter, but I'm not throwing it out just in case.



It's not a good picture because the krausen never fell back into the beer, but you can see on the right side that there's a white wax-like substance floating on top.
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Old 08-23-2009, 07:06 PM   #98
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Does it look like pellicle? It is two weeks after I pitched the "bugs" (Wyeast Lambic Blend)

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Well, here's my latest batch of oktoberfest. This is a live and learn type situation. It was my first lager. I got rushed into make this beer and didn't have time to make a starter. I shouldn't have brewed, but I did. It took over 48 hours for the yeast to kick in, so I think I managed to pick up an infection during that time. I believe this is acetobacter, but I'm not throwing it out just in case.



It's not a good picture because the krausen never fell back into the beer, but you can see on the right side that there's a white wax-like substance floating on top.
I just puked in my mouth a little.
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