Hoping to get some insight on my latest hiccup: Was brewing an imperial Russian stout last night. Long story short, I had a stuck mash that couldn't be resolved without pouring the mash into a primary bucket and then back into the mash tun. In hindsight I should have scooped rather that poured as some sloshing did occur. The beer finished with almost 80% efficiency which I'm pleased with. However, I realize my actions open the door for HSA. Those who believe in HSA say that it can impact the beers ability to age. My questions is, am I better off allowing this beer to sit in secondary the entire 3 months or should I keg it a little bit early to avoid possible deterioration?