I racked the 1.102 gravity beer into the 10gallon barrel this past weekend. The next day the beer began showing signs of secondary fermentation. (It's currently around 75-80F here in So. California. Also, there was a good amount of wild yeast sediment in the bottom of the barrel from the previous souring, so I used a portion of it.)
The 10gallon barrel has both WLP 655 sour mix and Wyeast roselare blend 3763.
I'm just concerned about how lacto souring of such a high gravity beer might taste. I hope it doesn't taste too dry. I know Russian River Concencration is sour, but it doesn't taste that dry.
I think I'm looking for more of the barn yard, brett characteristics, than the too much of the sour bite from the lacto.