Originally Posted by wparks
Any way to prevent it?
It is a Brewers Best kit that I was using.
If you make flat beer, you won't have any yeast sediment! That's the only way beside kegging it.
The yeast sediment is the yeast that flocculates out after eating the priming sugar. It eats the sugar, and puts out co2 as a result, which is what carbonates your beer. Many craft breweries even do this- and you'll notice some live yeast at the bottom of many beers. You can even culture the yeast from the bottom of the bottles.
You have a filtering setup, which I assume you push with co2, so why don't you keg the beer and then use a beer gun to bottle the carbonated beer? That's the easiest way to make the bottles sediment free.