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I have never encountered this before but is this any help to you: http://winemakersacademy.com/bottled-wine-cloudy/
Potentially it is yeast disturbed when you pour that over the course of 5-10 min clumps together and clouds the beers, or potentially bacteria, if the later I would expect the beer to be unpleasant. is the beer drinkable, if so I suspect you have some yeast floating around. ...
I thought Chill Haze, but that is usually when the beer is cold and unfiltered; ss the beer warms up the haze goes away. Here is a BYO article that you can read on Chill Haze. Maybe it has a solution for you: http://byo.com/hops/item/486-conquer-chill-haze A haze that appears when the beer warms up is strange... You poured it, so it wasn't yeast in the ...
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