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I have let my carribou slobber go a few extra weeks in the secondary fermenter. The temps in the basement have been cold (temp sticker says 50 degrees) so I figgured the yeast had gone inactive and I didnt' have to rush
Now a layer of white has developed over the top of the beer. I'm afraid it's some type of infection. Is this even worth trying to bottle at this point?