I am going to draw yeast from the fermentor with a large syringe today, I have 6, 60ml syringes, without the needle of course, I checked Mr. Malty pitching calculator, and it said I need 120ml of yeast slurry, so I am going to draw the yeast from the fermentor after I keg this batch of pale ale. I will then cap the 6 syringes and put them in the fridge overnight. I am going to brew a 16.5 gallon batch of IIPA in the morning, chill it , then squirt 2 60ml syringes into each of the 3 fermentors, anyone see any problem with this? Should I just leave the yeast syringes at ptching temps, or actually refrigerate it overnight? Thanks in advance.