As I have run out of beer (have two of 1vertical's in the fridge but saving those
) tapped a keg of the aforementioned Vienna lager.
Whew it's good. A little raw/green but totally drinkable. Light hop bitterness. Badass head. No turbidity. A little haze but totally clear. This beer has sat as long as the PET bottles.
As a matter of procedure I take a couple liters pre rack and post rack. Force carb in PET and I'm in heaven. So I noticed the wide difference in the two samples after they had set for several days. The first were much like what's in my glass now. Post rack though.
What was caught up in there refused to settle out fully.
So this will be in my mind from now on: just a matter of avoiding kicking up any sediment while racking to keg when dealing with lagers. Probably a short term problem though. If I had some way to lager for six months without disturbing the kegs this wouldn't be an issue hmm....