I recently discovered Hop Head Red IPA, which is a strong IPA with an Irish Red flavor. I am making a batch as we speak using Beer Smith's recipe which uses the Irish Ale Yeast (White Labs #WLP004). Fermentation started quick and was the first batch I have made with my 7 gallon conical fermenter to almost blow off the air lock (had to go to a blow off tube). In addition, this is the first batch I have made with very low floccuation. I typically drain off the bottom on days 3, 5 and 7 and with some batches, the bottom valve is pretty clogged with trub/yeast that is the consistency of toothpaste. Even at day 7, the run off was very watery and not like the toothpaste I usually get. I confirmed it reached FG of 1.017 a few days ago, but it is still pretty cloudy with yeast. It smells good, but I suspect it will take some time to settle out. I may have to rack it to a carboy or keg to cold crash it if it doesn't start to clear up.