I'm pretty sure that I bottled too soon, or got exposed to a gusher yeast at some point. My plan was to uncap, vent, and recap the bottles, but my bottle capper is very primitive and requires a hammer. I was able to recap 2 beers, but the 3rd and 4th just foamed up through the crown cap, spraying everywhere. So I decided to fridge the remaining unopened bottles, and drink them over the next few days so that I don't have bottle bombs waiting to happen. I might let the 2 beers that I successfully vented and bottled to condition and then try them for carbonation, but if there's a wild yeast in there, I'm worried about the potential for a bomb. Is the beer even drinkable? I'm expecting it to taste very, very green, but hopefully it will still be alcoholic and flavorful. Any advice would be greatly appreciated, thanks!