Wife comes home and says she sold all my pint jars and needs more right before I get a call of a store in town that wants to buy the rest of my honey I can bottle. That's the good part. So me and the now 4 year old go to the apartment where I have been keeping the honey. The remaining supers have been sitting down there for 2 weeks after being taken out of the freezer. I start to extract the 2 super and as I am uncapping and playing with the 4 year old, I just happen to look down and see bubbles in the comb. Fully capped and starting to ferment. What the frak? I set that frame in the sink and cut one side of frame and it has bubbles forming to. I went and took some pics for ya'll.
1. Why did capped honey go bad?
2. Did I ruin the honey in the cappings tub with what little from a frame and a half of cappings went in there?
3. Should I worry about the other honey bottled and sold/unsold?
4. Should I spend $100 and make mead?
I have seen honey go bad in uncapped frames, but you can see these we just uncapped.