I will soon have a "terrible" problem - more beer than storage vessels.
Right now, I have a Belgian Strong Golden in secondary, and it'll be there at least until Thanksgiving. I have a Belgian Quad to brew this weekend and my primary (bucket) is free.
After that, however, I'll need another secondary. This means buying another carboy. I also had the brain fart of transferring the BGSA to an empty corny keg, freeing up the carboy for the quad. That way, when the BGSA is ready to be carbonated, I can just stick it in the kegerator and go.
Any reason I can't use a corny as a "third-ary" fermenter? I don't think I really need the airlock, since I doubt there will be much pressure buildup. Would any sediment muck up the dip tube on the carboy?