As of a couple hours ago, i successfully completed my first all grain brew day.
I made a 3 gallon batch...Pale Ale...OG of 1.063
The plan was to use a half pack of safale US-05 yeast since this is a half recipe, BUT now that i see how much trub i carried into my primary (clearly i should have let the kettle settle out more...one of those lessons), i'm wondering if i should go ahead and pitch the rest of the yeast to speed the primary along and get it transferred over to secondaries?
I'm thinking less time fermenting on the trub is a good thing? Also wondering if some of the yeast is going to be buried and rendered ineffective, or if they will dig their way out and get to work?
Either way it's a couple bucks of yeast so no big deal, but i'm curious for a second/tenth opinion?