So I hope that I did not ruin an entire batch of Lager. After letting my Black Lager, lager for 4 weeks in a secondary, I decided to bottle it. When I racked it into my bottling buck there was just enough sediment to cover the bottom of the carboy and the beer was extremely clear. Figuring that I would suck up enough yeast while racking it, I did not add any additional yeast. 3 days later looking at the bottles there is only an extremely small amount of sediment in the bottles. When I say small, I mean most people would not even see it. So my question is, is there still enough yeast to carbonate, or do I now have five gallons flat beer? In the end I guess only time and testing will tell.