I've recently switched to Starsan from B-brite, and have had, shall we say, very tenacious krausens. I know that the Starsan foam isn't harmful to the beer, but it's foaming up in the carboy to the point where it pushes material up into the airlock. I've had to switch out airlocks a few times now to prevent a kaboom.
It doesn't look like I'm getting more active fermentation, just that the bubbles in the krausen don't pop. It builds and builds with large bubbles until it gooshes out the top.
I've been using blowoff tubes instead of airlocks because of this, but I wanted to know if this is a known result from Starsan. Or am I mixing it too strong (I'm using the little measuring compartment feature on the bottle), or something else?