Originally Posted by blackwaterbrewer
i would throw in a good night's sleep.
+1. It'll be fine. This time. I keep a library of dried yeasts in my fridge for times like this. They're cheap, so there's no excuse not to have them on hand. I usually use liquid, but always have dry yeast on hand. Also, I agree that US-05 and other dry yeasts are great for making "regular ol'" beer! I always use liquid for my "signature" ales or clones. Dry yeast has come a long way, and is a good path to savings for the aforementioned type of brews.
But, for making swill, dried is the way for the cost savings!