Hi, first time poster! Anyhow, I've been lurking for awhile and I've done three batches now. I am going to rack my third batch to secondary today; it's a West Coast Pale Ale that was fermented with White Labs California Ale Yeast (WLP001) and used Warrior hops, centennial hops, and ahtanum hops (with amarillo to come for dry hopping).
Anyhow, I want to try reusing this yeast cake to make a SN Bigfoot clone, since the yeast strain is right. What I am worried about is the amount of hop matter that will be left in the primary with the yeast cake when I am done racking out of the primary. I keep hearing things about not leaving your beer in primary for too long because the trub will impart off flavors, so is it safe to pitch another brew right onto the trub and yeast of this one? Thanks!