Hi friends.. I made this brew today: https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/943135/cream-of-3-crops-cream-ale I'm not sure if the recipe is inputted properly. I warmed 5 gallons of campden treated water to 163, put it into my big orange cooler, added the grains into a grain bag inside the cooler (the mash tun is new and i had the wrong male connection for my metal bottom tube screen so went with the mesh bag to hold the gains). After an hour it was still at 150. I drained it out and it was almost immediately clear. But how clear is clear? I emptied the cooler. Then I added 3.5 gallons of 145 degree water to the cooler and drained it out. I brought to a boil - had a heat break. Added the hops at 60 minutes. I had more boil loss than probably I should have. More like 2 gallons than 1. I cooled it out on the deck with snow/ cold water. Took an hour to get it to 73. Pitched my yeast. Aerated and ended up with about 5 gallons in my carboy. I'm not sure why I had so much trubb at the bottom or what I could do to minimize it. OG before pitching yeast was 1040 to 1042. Formula on this site tells me maybe not bitter enough. I have 1/2 ounce of willamet hops. Should I add at some point? I'm not looking to use a secondary.