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Old 09-28-2008, 02:59 AM   #1
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I think I may have a bacterial infection in a kegged bitter I just brewed. It wasnt sour when I started pulling it from the tap, but I think maybe it got infected post hook up? does anyone have a way to tell exactly whats going on inside my keg or what I should do (besides leave it)

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Open the keg and look to see what the top of the beer looks like. You might have floaties, bubbles, or icebergs.

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