Hello, I am relatively new to home brewing, and brand new to this forum. This category has to do with sanitation, so I believe I am posting this question in the right place. I was brewing a 5 gallon batch of beer a little while back. I was very meticulous about my sanitation throughout the whole process. I used ice to cool my wort in my sink. Earlier that day I washed the entire sink with anti-bacterial dishsoap and a sponge. It was not used for dishes, preparation of food, or for anything else after it was cleaned. After it was cooled, I placed the pot containing the wort next to my sanitized fermentor. I removed the sanitized lid from the pot and placed it in the icy sink water. While doing this I accidentally dipped one of my fingers into the icy sink water. Upon turning to grab the wort, a drop of said sink water flew off my finger and went straight into my wort. I proceeded with the process of adding the wort to my fermentor as if nothing had happened. My beer is currently in a secondary fermentor, and it has been a couple weeks since this incident. Bottling day is fast approaching, and the fermentation process seemed to go off without a hitch. My question to any experienced home brewers out there is this; What is my contamination risk here? Is it likely that this single drop of icy sink water contained any of the bacteria that would have a negative effect on my beer? I intend to bottle and finish out this batch either way, but I just want to know my chances of ending up with some nasty beer. Any knowledgeable response is welcome. Thanks for listening.