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This early there will be a very strong yeasty flavour and smell and I wouldn't expect it to taste even close to pleasant until the first racking stage (and even then it's "ok with a hint of promises to come"). I wouldn't even bother tasting on transfer from the primary. As long as there's no obvious signs of mould (anything green/blue and/or fluffy) I wouldn't be worried.
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