So I'm brewing an American Wheat with Kolsch yeast. I'm brewing two batches on the same yeast package, and I have limited fridge space. Primary fermentation is complete on the first batch.
Is it a problem to rack to secondary and keep in the basement (at ~70) for the secondary? My guess would be no since there isn't much fermentation going on any more, but I'm looking for advice from others who have used this yeast. Up until this point, I have used ale yeasts exclusively.
I can make room in the fridge if I need to, but that means I'll be yanking two kegs and a CO2 tank. I'd rather just keep one fermenter in there if that's possible.
Thanks in advance.