I keep thinking I'm going to save and reuse some yeast and I forget about it until I'm racking. About a month ago I racked a Grisette with 3522 to a keg and then thought of saving the yeast. I quickly sanitized a 1/2 gallon ball jar swirled the carboy and poured almost the entire cake (trub and all) into it and immediately put it in the fridge where it has been sitting at 33F ever since.
So question #1 is... I know this is probably not the ideal way to save/reuse yeast but is my yeast worth keeping at this point and what do I do with it next?
I did this to myself again today when I racked my Gumballhead (hoppy american wheat) over to the keg (which tastes amazing btw) I realized I never considered saving the yeast.
and question #2... I left the entire cake in the carboy when I finished 10 minutes ago and sanitized the rim and stopper and sealed it back up, what do I do now if I want to save some of this for future use? (FWIW It was WY1450)