Ok, first time using Sterling 514 with a kit from Austin Homebrew -- Munich Porter. Crazy fast fermentation took off within 3-4 hours but then was done within 12 hours. Fermentation temperature was 72 degrees. I took a gravity reading, and it's down to about 1.022 from 1.060. I stirred today (third day after brewing) and added yeast hulls to see if it would restart. I usually keep a few packets of dried yeast on hand in case of a stuck fermentation, but unfortunately I am out. I am going out of town in a few days and don't think I have enough time for yeast to get to me from any homebrew supply store. I have another batch in the fermenter, brewed a couple of days after the porter using Safale US-05. It is already within a point or two of it's expected gravity. Could I pull some of the yeast off the bottom of this beer and innoculate the stuck one to get it restarted? Any other solutions?