[Namron] rookie question

Barat barat at cox.net
Sun Feb 26 13:14:27 PST 2006

This may be bad news.

Yeast, when fermenting, simply makes the mead cloudy (plus producing  

If you see ropey, mucus like stuff this may very well be a bacterial  

Leave it alone for several days and then pull the the cork/airlock  
and smell it. If it as a slightly acidic yeasty smell all is well. If  
it has a foul smell then it most likely has a bacterial infection.


H.L. Barat FitzWalter Reynolds
M.K.A. Stephen Pursley
Barony of Namron
Kingdom of Ansteorra

On Feb 26, 2006, at 3:02 PM, scott melton wrote:

> ok someone set my mind at ease, my airlock is burping so i figure  
> my yeast is doing well, should it look like there is chunks of well  
> how do i say it (snot ) in the mixture? is that the yeast culture  
> at work?
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