decided to run my good strong hive without a queen excluder "sometimes referred to as a honey excluder. I split this hive about a month ago and added a honey super when I did the split. Went to the hive this evening, and found I needed to add another super. I removed the super on the hive and added the new one above the brood leaving the empty between. My thought is that if there was any brood in the honey super it will hatch out and the queen will leave it alone and not cross the empty "combed out" super. I realized I should have checked for brood in this super, but this hive is so aggressive, I didn't want to agitate it any more than necessary. This hive is so hot I will be requeening it next year. Don't want to do it now since it is producing so well. Does my process of supering from the bottom make sense to prevent brood in the honey. Is there any risk to the queen by what I did. I didn't look for her, but would be she was not in the top box. any help or input is appreciated.