Originally Posted by AHammer16
After 1 week bottle conditioning i placed a few of my 22 oz wiessbier in to my beer fridge. When i came back to test one for flavor I noticed that allof the bottles where hazy again just like when i bottled them. Why does this happen? And does it correct it self?
This is called "chill haze". Getting a good cold break before putting the wort into the fermenter will precipitate the proteins that cause this and leave a much clearer beer )as long as you avoid transferring those proteins into the fermenter.)
It will not really correct itself at this point, but no worries. You can't taste it and it's only cosmetic.
Also.. weissbeirs are SUPPOSED to be cloudy anyway. Did you want a crystal clear weissbeir?