I brewed a New England IPA and kegged it. The first few pours after moving around the keg come out very cloudy, with a few small leftover hop bits and likely some yeast in suspension. These pours have a distinctive off flavor that I can best describe as metallic. It also produces a slight burning sensation in the back of my throat. However, later pours that come out clear have no sign of this off flavor and are citric, fruity, and delicious. What is causing this flavor? Is it in any way dangerous?
EDIT: after further research, I've seen this described as "yeast bite", and apparently it's common to NEIPAs. I'd still like to know what it really is (what chemicals are involved)