Before leaving for 3 days, I turned the temp controller down to 34 degrees for cold crash on 2 beers that have been fermenting 3 weeks. Got home and when I opened freezer to rack into kegs saw that a significant amount of water/starsan from the bucket was pulled through the blowoff tube into beer, and the other beer had sucked the airlock dry. I could see a stratification layer in the carboy, so tried to rack only beer below color change. I'd like to RDWHAHB, but I'm worried about contamination and also lost beer. For future brews, was this a bad practice? I want to try a lager fermentation with my chest freezer, and avoid this from happening again. Any feedback? Thanks all.