I searched the first 5 pages and couldn’t see an answer to this, so apologies if this is a question commonly asked/answered. I’m currently fermenting my first beer, a NE style IIPA. Everything has gone great, my gravity is looking fantastic but I just encountered this problem siphoning from my primary to secondary. Used one of those “magic” auto siphons and about 2/3 of the way in noticed a load of bubbles in the tube. Of course I panicked, having heard bad things about introducing oxygen, and desperately tried to get the siphon working. Needless to say I didn’t, just created more bubbles, so gave up with it. Unfortunately my primary didn’t have a side spigot so I gingerly poured the remainder (1/3-1/4) of liquid directly from the primary to secondary, put the lid on and stuffed the airlock in place. Am I fucked? Will this beer be awful? I’m due to dry hop again in 10 days or so, so in the meantime is there something I can do? Should I add more yeast? Any advice would be very warmly received. Cheers.