Originally Posted by BlueZooBrewing
+1. Could be something missed in the kegs, or something funky in the lines or disconnects thats being passed through to the kegs once it all gets hooked up, or even inproper sanitation when you transferred to the kegs that just took a little time to grow. If you look inside the kegs is there any oily looking film or white residue building up on the surface of the beer? Little spiderweb looking formations perhaps? Maybe some fuzzy looking bubbles?
Somewhat oily surface, not sure if that is from the starsan or infection but there were small whitish floaties. Dumped it all, broke down all kegs, taps, hoses, carboys, and equipment. Soaked in PBW, scrubbed down and rinsed with starsan, replaced all co2 and beer lines. Holefly whatever it was is fine for good. Just transferred an amber to the Newley cleaned kegs, kegs should be good but who knows about that batch because it was made with same equipment as the spoiled batch.