I have noticed something in two Belgian Ales I have drank. The presence of brown globules floating about which then sunk at the bottom of the glass. I have noticed it in Delirium Tremens some years ago, it wasn't a problem then since it wasn't that prevalent in the beer. I then consumned it as usual and felt fine... It was somewhat strange but not troublesome.
Recently ,however, I had bought a 750 Ml bottle of Brugse Zot an award wining Belgian Pale Ale. I opened it today and poured it in my beer glass and saw the glass full of brown globules! Keep in mind I have drank other beers that were fermented in the bottle but never witnessed the globules floating around! Is it yeast or other residuals from the process I am curious! Why is it so prevalent in Belgian Ales. I respect the Belgians and know them to be world class beer brewers!
I just want some insight or any similar experiences. It seems off-putting to see things residually floating in my beer besides bubbles or a good head! The beer tasted okay I am just experiencing disequilibrium from a strange and unexpected occurance!
Edited by Cajun Magic, 05 August 2012 - 07:26 PM.