I'm planning on brewing tomorrow and my primary bucket is currently tied up with a RIS that's been fermenting for 6 days. Fermentation peaked about 3 days ago; now there's not much activity and krausen has fallen. Since I need to free up my primary, but don't want to remove the beer from the yeast cake too soon, could I rack everything in the primary bucket over to my secondary and allow it to continue doing it's thing? Any reasons not to do this? Thanks
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