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Old 03-22-2012, 01:12 AM   #1
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Recently brewed a rye IPA. Tasted it along the way (post primary, post secondary). All seemed well...then I kegged it. I set it at the proper psi and left it alone for two weeks. Then I tried it! It went from being bright and crisp to having a soapy aftertaste with none of the hoppy/rye brightness that was there just a few weeks ago. I sanitized the corny and cleaned the lines before kegging. Anyone have any ideas?


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Old 03-22-2012, 02:05 AM   #2
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Besides a poorly rinsed keg, possibly "soapy" mistaken for "cardboard"?, which would indicate oxygenation. soapy is a pretty unfamiliar naturally occurring off flavor. Ive had bad tasting co2 before as well. Take a whiff straight from the hose to rule that out.
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