Yesterday evening I put together two yeast starters for the brew day today, one Wyeast german ale, and white labs california ale. My usual routine is to boil 4 oz of DME in 1000 ml in a sauce pan, put that in the freezer untill it is cold enough not to break the two glass bottles (looza juice bottles) that I use for starters. Last night I let the pan sit in the freezer for maybe one hour. It was still pretty warm when I transferred to the glass bottles, maybe 100-110. By now it was about 12:00 and I was pretty tired. I have no idea why but my brain skipped out for a minute and I pitched the yeast while they were still warm. The ole brain switched right back on with a big WTF, I got pissed off at myself and went to bed out ~$16 on yeast and figured that as a last minute I would pich up some dry yeast in the morning. This morning there is a krausen in each starter. I am sure there has to be a bunch of dead cells in there too so what does anyone think? Pitch them? Pitch then onto the compost pile? any thoughts? They still have about 12 hours before I would pitch them, do you think that they will multiply enough before then? The expected OG is only 1.057 si it is not a huge beer or anything.