The only brewing reason to do a secondary is if you need the yeast to keep doing something for you....so cold crashing prior to secondary defeats that.
If you secondary for logistics purposes you still should only crash once because once you crash, the yeast will prepare for dormancy and their work is done for all practical purposes.
Something is always fermenting....
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Bottled: Belgian Quad (Grand Reserve), Derangement (Belgian Dark Strong)
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