If in fact you do have a pedio infection (wondering what makes you think you have one BTW?), then you will most definitely have to pitch some brett to clean up the diacetyl that the pedio will produce over time. Otherwise the beer will become a rancid, butter bomb. At this point (if you are convinced it is pedio), then I would probably pitch a couple bottles of sour dregs, and rack it to a carboy for extended aging. It will probably turn out pretty good given 6-9 mos or so.Opened her up today to find a nice white/gray ropey film on top of the beer with characteristic small gray bubble looking growth, also referenced what I saw with various on line pedio images:(
I simply decided I was done fighting this batch and dumped it. I've got the bucket and everything that came in contact with the batch soaking in a bleach solution right now.
Kind of bummed so we'll tackle my Czech pilsner next week and the Gose will be for another day:)