I have an IPA in the keg at the moment and it is cloudy as hell. During brewing I chilled it down quickly (15 mins to get in under 70°F). It has been in the keg conditioning (keg primed not force carb'd) for 2 weeks and then another week in the kezzer at 6°C.
When I pour a sample it is very cloudy - can't see through it. If I leave it to warm the cloudyness go away a little (can still not see through it clearly). I washed a glass out this morning that had a sample sit in it since 3pm yesterday and it was still cloudy but there was a layer of sediment on the bottom of the glass.
Do you guys think that this is an issue with chill haze (since it goes away a little when the beer warms up) or yeast still in suspension (was confused on this as S-04 is supposed to be super flocculating).
I have dropped the temp down to 2°C to see if I can get the yeast to drop quicker if that is the issue, maybe look at using gelitine (first time so any advice on that?).
Any other pointers would be awesome to have.