the off characteristic of Brett beer and there are plenty of brewers who want nothing to do with it. If Brett fermentation is unwanted and somehow sneaks into your brewing process, there is no turning back. It is notorious for ruining batches and entire brew houses. This bad boy can spread rather quickly throughout a brewery and ruin all batches that are being fermented. It is also incredibly hard to get rid of, very thorough sanitation must take place to get rid of Brett if it occurs unwillingly.
Fear not, most brewers know what they are doing when dealing with Brett fermentation and it usually turns out incredibly tasty and unique, which is why we love beer, right? Next time you check out your local brewpub ask for a Brett beer. If you've never had one I promise you will be in for quite a funky treat.