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In your case I would fill your no chill container and push as mush air as possible out. Be pushing air out as you seal the container. Gently stand the container upside down to allow the near boiling wort to come in contact with area's not filled. After an hour stand back up as normal. Not ideal but ...

My thoughts on this would be If you are tasting the beer as it comes out of the fermenter and it tastes good then you can rule out an infection in your brewhouse gear (kettle, mash, fermentor etc). Sounds like you follow through with the sanitisation aspect anyway. Silly question but do you pour a s...

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Ok yes sorry.

Tap on urn was the tap supplied with the urn. Not able to attach hose to this.
I have now purchased a ball valve with bulkhead union and bsp thread. I can now add a his barb to the valve and hose from urn to cube.

Cheers Bundy, Could possibly have been the cube. Was sanitised and flushed then sanitized again with no rinse sanitizer but who knows. Could have been nasties lurking in there. Yeast was a wyeast Bavarian. Was a bit old 6months but was done as a starter in Erlenmeyer flasks stepped up. (2nd possible...

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