Originally Posted by badbrew
And I don't mean hops I mean yeast.
You can try finings or gelatin, but if you were to cold crash twice for a min time of 6 days, (ensuring you DH in secondary) plus the 2-3 week carbing period, you are looking at nearly a month of yeast flocc time.
Further, the majority of highly flocculent yeast cells will be left in primary when transferring to secondary. Then your tertiary transfer to a keg will eliminate the majority of the less flocculent yeast cells thst should have dropped out from the cold crash (if you are bottling then the addition of priming sugar and the production of yeast to create carbonation is likely the culprit).
After you pull the first pint or two out of the keg that, has been in essence, lagering for at least 2 weeks usually 3, (cold crashing in my case my kegerator is set at 38°F) you should have very, very clear beer.
Look into other issues if you are having problems with clarity, such as chill haze. I'm assuming this isn't the issue as long as you havebeen brewing, but I thought I'd mention it
A 2 month secondary just seems ridiculous (to me) for clear beer, especially if you have fermentation temperature control.