I currently have a Saison fermenting away in primary with WLP 565. I want it to finish with a low terminal gravity (target of 1.005). I was considering a primary for 6 days at 69 degrees, followed by 2 days at 80 degrees. I have to go out of town after this time (8 days from pitching).
If the 565 does not get it to the desired gravity range I am contemplating transferring to secondary, adding some WLP 001 (rinsed slurry- one of two yeast strains I have on hand) right before I leave town. My question is, even with a transfer off of the first pitch, do I run into issues of long contact time with yeast? I wouldnt expect it, but I dont know if there would be an additive effect of contact time despite a transfer and the addition of a new yeast.