Especially if you have a conical, you should be able to rack from underneath the infection and have a decent beer (provided it tastes and smells good now!)It smells good, and it finished well. I will taste it before I chuck it.
+1, don't dump it! Let it go at least a month before you pull a sample. If it tastes bad, give it another month and see what happens. Since it's infected anyway, add some dreggs from some commercial sours (since you're in Cali, I'd suggest Russian River sours). That'll introduce additional bugs and you could end up with an awesome wild brew. Oh, and buy a new bucket because you won't want to use that one again for anything but sours.let it ride for a few months, you might get lucky and have a good wild brew. i have a 100% brettanomyces brux pale ale going right now.
I'd plan on letting it age at least six months or more. Sometimes the pellicle will drop on it's own when the beer is "finished"Ok. I won't dump it yet. I was about to just now and came back. Should I leave in the fermentor or put her in a keg for a month or more?
It tasted a bit sour but not heinous.