All you have to do is rack the beer into a secondary vessel for clarification. Let the beer complete the fermentation, take a hydrometer reading to be certain, then let it sit for a couple of days so the particles can settle on the bottom. When you rack the beer make sure to leave all the trub of the bottom in the primary, just get the beer on top of the sediment. Use a 5 gallon carboy because you will be able to check the beer to see whether it's clear or not, and because there will be less surface area for any oxygen to oxidize the beer. You will probably have to leave the beer for 2-4 weeks to clear. Colder temperatures will speed up yeast flocculation and make the beer crystal clear.