I recently brewed two batches, one was the cascades orange coriander recipie from this site and one was a extract IPA kit I received for x mas. A week a go I transfered bolth to secondaries for dry hopping. I transfered the orange/cascades first and then transfered the IPA immediatley following without cleaning the racking cane (auto-siphon). I left town for five days and returned today to find a thick white substance floating on top of the orange/cascades, with the white stuff growing down into the beer. The IPA looks like it is activly fermenting, but instead of yeast floating and swirling around, hop pellet particles are floating, and swirling around. And in the IPA the airlock is active. The beers had reached there expected fg when I transfered. Can I save these beers with capdem (sp?) or crash cooling and kegging or am I screwed and the pipline will be shut down? I have picks but my post count is to low. If someone is willing to post them for me PM me your Email and I will send them to you.