Some random questions about reusing yeast cake from a Belgian pale ale to make a Belgian Tripel. I used a grain/extract mash with Kent Golding hops for the BPA. I've had it in primary for almost a week. My main question is this.....should I move the BPA to secondary once I hit the FG? Or keep it in primary for a couple weeks before I bottle, and then reuse the cake at that point? This is only the second batch I've brewed, but it's moving very nicely and I figured I might as well take a step forward if I can. I've looked up what info I could find and I can either rack the new wort directly onto the cake or wash the cake and repitch. Not sure which I will do yet. Thanks for any and all advice!