Originally Posted by Slip_Stick
I just kegged my this blonde ale yesterday after 2 weeks in the primary. Pulled my first pint today to find the flavor to be somewhat thick and yeasty with very poor clarity.
Any ideas on why this may be -- as far as taste and clarity?
Will this go away after a week or so in the keg?
see the bolded part.
I know it *can* go grain to glass in 2 weeks, but it will only improve with more time in primary.
That said, you kegged it yesterday. It probably hasn't had enough time to settle completely from the transfer. Give it a bit of time to properly carb and settle and it wil be fine.
I'm also assuming you aren't literally referring to the first pint you pulled. The first pint of any unfiltered keg will be yeasty. You have to disregard that and focus on the next few when the dip tube stops sucking up the yeast that is beneath it.