So a little story:
I tried pouring my Belgian out of the tap today and nothing came out. I knew it was near the end, but I didn't think I had gotten there yet so I went down into the kegorator to see what the problem was. The keg itself felt very light so I wanted to see if maybe I had in fact drank all the beer. I shut off the gas to the keg, depressurized it completely, opened up the top to find that though the beer was low, there definitely was at least a gallon left.
I was confused so I started checking the lines. Turns out the beer out line had actually frozen beer in it. I guess the back of my kegorator is so cold it literally froze the beer in the line so it couldn't get through. Well I massaged the line in the heat and broke up the frozen part so beer could flow through. I reconnected all the valves and got the gas flowing again. However, when I poured it up after that, all I got was massively cloudy beer.
What gives? Does the whole keg need to repressurize to give clean beer again? Did I somehow ruin the batch? Anyone experience this/have any ideas? It looked cloudy like it was almost full of yeast or something....it was a weird murky color when it should be crisp and golden.