Hi everyone - sorry my first post is one of those annoying "how does my beer look" kind of things, but I'm working on my first sour so I'm not 100% sure what it should look like at this point. I did a Flemish red ale back in early February, then pitched Wyeast 3763 Roselare in March.
Two weeks ago I added a 2lb can of Amarena cherries (about 1/3 of them whole, and 2/3 pureed). At that point the beer smelled good - slightly sour, but in a good way. I shook the carboy to get everything mixed up but didn't see much activity for a good week and a half.
Two days ago, I noticed big bubbles on top of the beer and some slow but steady airlock activity (see video at YouTube link). There's a brown ring around the neck and the whole cherries have floated to the top. The bubbles seem bigger and juicier than usual. Does this look like good activity, or did I introduce some nasties when I put the cherries in? I don't want to open the airlock and disturb it, so I figured I'd be "that guy" and see if this looks normal. Not panicked, just curious. Thanks!https://youtu.be/wAxNxA8-PKE