Yes in the glass. And it is cloudy enough you really cannot see much ( if anything) through the glass. I know I had a good boil going on my darkstar burner. Like I said, it tastes fine, I just figured this could be another opportunity to learn something. I tried this Nottingham yeast on a BIAB version of the Irish red a while back and could not seem to get it to finish ( after two packages I gave up at a fg of 1.020) . Tasted fine and I think it was pretty clear. In that case I may have screwed up the biab process as it was my first try.
My two misadventures have only one thing in common and that is the yeast used. But..... I make plenty of mistakes so I am not ready to pass the blame on anything else. I will be curious enough now to brew another batch and use the Safale yeast as an experiment.