I noticed the same thing with 1968....
Twin recipes, one using WLP090, the other with 1968. Fermented in the low to mid 60s (actual wort temp) - Free rise to mid to late 60s after 2 weeks.
After 4 weeks in the primary (including the dryhop), and 2 weeks in the bottles:
WLP090 was perfection. Clarity like no other, vibrant color, supreme taste
Wyeast 1968 was murky, cloudy, ugly brown, harsh alcohol
After another week or two in the bottles:
WLP090 was even better. Smoother without loss of hop character/nose.
Wyeast 1968 was a tiny bit clearer, still a darker brownish color for a pale IPA, and the alcohol was little less hot.
I imagine it had to do with off pitching rates/volumes for the 1968, or an abundance of corn sugar. The temps. that I abided by should have not affected it in this way.