I am on my 3rd batch, which is in primary fermentation right now. The 2 batches before were an IPA recipe from brooklyn brew and an American light lager from mr.beer. After bottling my 1st batch, the IPA, i noticed there was yeast that had settled at the bottom of the bottles which i know is not desired at all. I wasnt too upset about it because it was my 1st time homebrewing, and i figured i didnt siphon out as carefully as i could. when it came to my 2nd batch, the light lager, i made sure that i racked it to a 2nd fermenter for a few more days to clear out the beer and also because i decided to dry hop it. After 2nd fermentation/dry hopping was done i racked it to a 3rd carboy which i filtered the runnings through a screen and adding the primming sugar. At that point i felt pretty confident that i would not run into the same problem of yeast settling in the bottles because of the multiple steps i took to "filter" my beer to the best of my knowlegde. Even after all that, i have come across the same problem of yeast settling at the bottom of the bottles! Can anyone help me out with this problem before my 3rd batch is ready for bottling?!?! Has anyone run into this before??