Originally Posted by unionrdr
Look at the small bubble near the center of the pic. It's white & slimy looking. A couple others look the same when you branch out your line of sight. That's a lacto infection starting. also,the white film has the characteristic grainy look to it from what I've experienced. Something likely didn't get cleaned well before sanitizing.
I thought it was a lacto infection as well when I looked at it last night. I kegged it anyway on the advice here. When I take a FG sample, I usually collect some of the trub in a measuring cup and let it settle in the fridge overnight. I just tasted it this morning and it didn't taste right at all.
This is the second batch that got ruined because of infection when dry-hopping. I have to find a different way to do this.
And I was hoping this was going to be my first good batch of beer.