Why is this hazy PA

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  1. Vallka

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    How long from brew day to pour?
    I’m fairly new to the game, but I find the longer I leave in primary fermentation, the clearer the beer.
     
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    the only thing I can think of is you didn't use any finnings, and that's fine in a hoppy kind of beer it gives more flavor
    that should taste good
     
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    Whirlpool additions? When did you add them and how long did you give them and did you actually whirlpool them? Definitely looks like a protein/lipid heavy hazy that's going to retain the hops, but there's bugger all protein from the grains in the recipe. So even though I'm guessing the whirlpool I'm just grasping at straws.
     
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    Yeast strain maybe I've not used this yeast though but it maybe a low flocculator.
     
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