Has anyone else noticed Mosaic tends to lend a haziness to a beer, even when not aiming for it? I have a base pale ale recipe I run with when testing out new hops or test hot-side and cold-side combos (or just save when I find a keeper) and one of my favorites is a Mosaic/Amarillo or Mosaic/Callista which is light on the hot side and then a 3g/l whirlpool and then a single 5g/l dry hop. It always comes out hazy. If, however, I use Pacific Jade and Nelson Sauvin (or Azacca/Wai-iti or Vic Secret SMASH) they come out mostly or entirely clear. The PacJade/NS in particularly REALLY cleans up. Besides the hops, though, my recipe is exactly the same: 68% pale malt, 28% Munich I, 4% Carapils with US05 yeast and a whirlfloc tablet mashed at 66.6C/152F. The only thing that makes sense to me is Mosaic accentuates haziness-has anyone else noticed this as well?