I just brew a nut brown ale, partial mash. It's my fourth brew. Everything went smooth, except one thing so far. After steeping the grains, I transferred the liquid and grains through a steeping bag to the main boiling pot. While doing this a small amount of grains fell directly into the water. I tried to strain them out. ONce the beer was in the carboy, i took a sample out (before pitching yeast) to take a hydrometer reading. I noticed that the beer was cloudy and even chalky with grains/or powdery stuff from the grains. I was thinking maybe I grinded the grain a little too much or something. Anyway, it's been three days now and the yeast has been doing good work pushing gunk outta the blow tube. Should I add something to the beer to make the chalky, grainy stuff settle to the bottom? Will the yeast do that for me? I was thinking I should just leave the beer in the carboy for at least three weeks...that helps the clarity right? Any tips will be greatly appreciated.