Originally Posted by TopherM
It is pretty common for chill haze to appear for the first week or two at serving temps, then fall out, leaving nice, clear beer. It is very possible that the new yeast you used is not as flocculant as whatever you used previously, which would promote more chill haze.
Take a look at the beer closer to the 15-16 day mark at serving temps, and I would bet you'll have your clarity back.
It's not chill haze, It looks like a hefeweizen....
I should also mention that it is the exact same "batch" of WLP002 that I stepped up, divided, and stored. And yes, a starter was used prior to pitching.
We will see how time in the keezer treats it, Im happy it tastes great, the clarity is more of a vanity thing and it just perplexes me since I seemingly have that issue pretty well handled.