I made a German lager that ended up with a little DMS in the finished beer. Otherwise, it was malty and delicious with no oxidation or contamination character. I wasn't sure if the DMS might correct itself with some lagering, so I decided to try to scrub it out with forced carbonation. For a week, each day I released the pressure in the keg, then repressurised by filling through the liquid stem. This bubbled CO2 through the beer, and I hoped would force out the DMS. I don't taste much DMS now, however, the beer tastes like it has aged past its prime and tastes oxidized. I never took the lid off the keg or exposed the beer to air, so I am not sure why it is now oxidized.
Anyone else experienced this while trying to scrub with CO2? Thoughts?
FYI, 100% pils, FWH hallertau, 90 min boil, whirlpool chill, wlp833 (4L starter), 4 weeks @ 50F, transfer under CO2, 6 weeks @ 35F, 15 PSI @ 35F.