Originally Posted by ianherbert1
The only thing I changed this time was I had to u pellets instead of proper flowers. Never used pellets before. Thought maybe they did it.
No, the hops don't cause cloudiness in the finished beer. Some things do, though- like having "chill haze" which is when a clear beer at room temperature is chilled. It will get hazy when it's cold. That's usually a mis-step in the brewing technique, and can be fixed by storing the bottles cold for a week or two before drinking.
Sometimes using wheat in a beer will cause cloudiness also.
There are other causes and issues- not getting a hot break in an allgrain batch, for example, but usually we can get to the bottom of the problem if you want to give us some more details about the brewing process you followed.