So I've got a couple beers that I'm going to blend due to the limits of my system. I can't brew a single batch with 30 lbs of grain so I've split it into 2 batches over a 7 day period. The beers will be exactly the same. I'm brewing the first one today and the second one next thursday. Questions are below. https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/1032425/gibcs-6-blending-1- Is there any reason I can't pour them both into a big fermenter next Thursday? I know that the 1st beer will not hit FG before it is blended with the 2nd beer when it goes into the primary. I would not bring much (only what is in suspension) of the yeast over from the 1st brew, just rack it over to the other primary vessel with the 2nd beer. Thoughts? Should I blend them before or after they are barrel aged? I should mention that I was thinking about doing half bourbon barrel aged and half rum barrel aged and blending at the end. However, I'm open to suggestions. Any advice on blending in general?