Looking for a sanity check on my next brew day. I'm a newbie and have brewed less than 10 batches and have really only had 3 batches that tasted good. So, I'm still working on it. I have a mini fridge that I converted with a temperature control to maintain a set fermentation temperature. However, the fridge will not fit a 5-gallon container. I can fit one 3-Gallon glass carboy and two 1-Gallon glass jugs. My guess is that I can split the wort into the three containers and pitch yeast appropriate to the size of the container. I am using Safaele us-05 (approx 6B cell count/gram). What I came up with is 3-gallon gets 8.8 grams and the 1-gallon containers gets 3 grams. Does this sound about right or should I pitch more yeast per container?