@ bluesman: I try and be as sanitary as possible (star san spraying everything coming into contact with wort), but I'm definitely not close to perfect, and around the end of my brewing night (started later than I hoped, so I was trying to bang this out at midnight), my wort chiller hose flew off and started spraying hose water everywhere, leading me to believe I had contaminated it. Right now its being held by ducktape but I know that really isn't right, I have no idea where (or what) clamp I should be using.
Thank you all for your replies, you were right, the beer tastes and smells ok, at least prior to bottling. I still would have liked to have kept it at colder temps, I didn't realize how much of an undertaking controlling brewing temp's was. I recently bought a chest freezer and am waiting for a temp controller in the mail, and I'll update if anyone's curious how this Koelsch turns out. This was also my first time cropping (and washing) my yeast, hoping to use it on an Oktoberfest Ale recipe I found on the homebrewtalk forum. Thanks again.