I just racked my second batch of Belgian Wit and have experienced the same situation with previous brews, so here it is and I know it's probably normal stuff and all but it's weird.
I opened up the primary to find a huge amount of yeast stuck to the side of the primary just above the liquid line. There was still considerable amounts of foam (Krausening?) present to. Anyway, is this normal? Is it possible or recommended to open the primary and scrape this stuff off and back into the brew during fermentation, or do I just leave it because it is supposed to be there like that.
My F.G. was just around 1.02 when I removed a sample amount and used my hydrometer. I racked to a secondary as I do not have a spare keg until this weekend and I plan on cold crashing it in the garage at around 35 degrees. Is this okay or should I let it sit in the cellar at 65 degrees until Saturday?
As you no doubt can tell, I am a new brewer and full of questions. Will appreciate any answers or advice. Thanks.