So I brewed yesterday. I've only got one Franken Tank (14 gallon fermentor), which had a brew from a week and a half prior. So I had to transfer to two carboys while I started cooking this new wort.
When I opened the fermentor I saw the krausen hadn't fallen yet. There was 6 pounds of honey in the 10 gallons of wort, which will take quite a while to ferment out.
I racked off into the carboys and finished the brew session, but not before saving the yeast cake for washing. Should I go ahead and toss some of that washed yeast into the carboys? There was quite a bit of yeast still in suspention, I'm going to have to transfer again anyway.
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