Man I hate to post one of these, but I'm about ready to dump my beer.
I brewed up NB's Chinook IPA extract kit with us05. Fermented in a swamp cooler at 66 and on day 2 or 3 of fermentation I noticed a sulfur smell from the airlock which normally doesn't happen but I understand that fermentations are different and unique etc. I tasted the hydro sample at 8 days in and it tasted like pears or peaches, very similiar in character to some of the Belgian beers I have had.
I've had an Amarillo ipa also made with us05 that did the same thing and it never went away, essentially hiding the profile of the hops.
Apart from taking a few more samples down the road to see if it fades, has anyone had this happen but had it fade out the longer it sat in primary?
If it doesn't fade out, spicy resiny chinook hops won't mix with peach/pear flavors.