Hey all, first time posting. Hope this is the right spot. I recently got a new toy (SS Brewtech 7gal Unitank) and put my first batch of beer (Beer A) to ferment in it. I made a new batch (Beer B) about a week later and wanted to put it into the Unitank, so I moved Beer A to a glass carboy to dryhop. As you could have guessed by the title of this thread, things went wrong... I opened the racking port on the Uni to start the transfer to the carboy and walked away for a min. My blowoff hose was still submerged into the bucket of starsan, so in went the starsan. I don't know how much it was, but I believe it was a lot, based on the amount of time i was gone. Everywhere I read online says that my beer will be ok. The yeast loves the starsan. Starsan is tasteless. It's safe. I finished everything up, fined, kegged, carbonated. I've never used this recipe before but the beer tastes nothing like i believe it should taste. It is supposed to be a pale ale and tastes more like a cross between a light-style lager and a dry golden ale, but with a strange after taste. I get NO hops whatsoever and it had 3.5oz of boil hops with a 1oz dryhop. This is the recipe i followed https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/800340/cali-mountain-pale-ale. I can include the Brewer's Friend brew log here if someone could tell me how, haha. I dont see a way to do it on the site. All of that lead up just to ask: If the beer had finished attenuating and a lot of the yeast had settled, would the remaining yeast still be able to consume, what i am assuming is, a lot of starsan? All forums i read online seem to assume that yeast is still active. Having put starsan so late in the game, would their advice still apply? The starsan is acid... would that have been what suppressed all of the hop flavor and aroma? The aftertaste... is that very likely starsan that i'm tasting? or am i just being paranoid I'd be happy to talk about what could have been done to prevent this in another thread, but I'd like to focus this one on what the Starsan can actually do to the beer. One of the obvious things to do is have others taste my beer and see what they think. I don't have many friends that I believe could give me a good second opinion on this, as they are all pretty much casual beer drinkers and don't know much about what diff types of beers are supposed to taste like. (There is 1 guy at work that actually might. I'll see if i can get his opinion) Sorry that this is so long, I'm just frustrated that all posts online about this topic seem to be very terse and don't go into too many details about timing and quantity. Thanks all!