So after moving all my stuff (most of it), I kegged up 5g of the faux pils we made last night. However, being the brilliant homebrewer that I am and disorganized mover of household goods that I am, I didn’t clean or sanitize my beer line (picnic faucet) or my gas line. I pulled a quick sample of the pils as it was carbing up, and got a faint whiff of that cheesy weird aroma that is either pedio or lacto. Thinking back to before I moved, I believe I had a beer back up into my gas line that I never cleaned. So I woke up in the middle of the night, disconnected all lines/connections, and soaked in bleach, rinsed this morning, and now have them soaking in sanitizer.
Logically, if there were some nasties growing in the gas line, the damage is already done as I used to carb the beer, thereby blasting whatever was in the line into the keg. However, the only reason I think it may be ok is the fact that I have the kegerator set to 34*, where bugs might not be very active.
The other possibility is that it was in my beer line, likely the picnic faucet, which would be, in my mind would bode much better for me and my would-be delicious saazy pils.