Originally Posted by k1v1116
it might be a yeast strain that doesnt flocculate well or it could be pectin from the apples, was the cider cloudy before you added yeast? if it was try adding pectin enzyme. if not either have patience or try something like sparkolloid it has worked wonders for me in the past with non clearing meads.
It was cloudy when I bottled it, and being in bottles I'm not going to be monkeying around with it, but I'll keep the pectic enzyme in mind for the next batch.
As I said, I'll drink it cloudy. This time of year I buy organic cider, toss some ale yeast into it and let it ferment on the kitchen counter a gallon at a time. That stuff is so cloudy SWMBO won't touch it. One of the fun things about cider is you can do a lot of seat of the pants brewing.