Originally Posted by jerryodom
The yeast suspension theory is probably right but I thought I'd ask. A few hours in you could see the top quarter of the beer was a much lighter shade and 24 hours later it was solid that much lighter color. I've brewed probably 50+ batches in the last few years and never seen it turn that much lighter. Just going to forget about it until time to rack to secondary.
Thanks for the replies guys!
Did you stir the yeast in? If you just poured it in, it could be that it just started at the top and slowly started falling through the beer.
Either way, I bet if you watch it for another few weeks, it will slowly change colors again.