You pitched too warm and the yeast made more diacetyl than they could reabsorb during the d rest. Try pitching a massive starter into wort 5-10 degrees BELOW your fermentation temp. Hold at 50-52 until you hit 1.018 or so and then d rest for 5-7 days, rack it and lager for 8 weeks. Then keg. Also, try avoiding American C-hops. Use noble hops with early additions only for many lagers.
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