I made a 2L stater (at 1.040 with nutrient) of WL500 48hrs ago knowing it has historically been a slow starter for me. I was hoping that by the end of my brew day today it would be high krausen and tried to gamble the perfect timing. Well, it's still not ready and will most likely take a good 72hrs before the starter is cranking.
My question is this; I have a fresh slurry of S-04 that's been rinsed and is ready to go. Can/should I throw in the S-04 for now and then as that nears the end of its fermentation, pitch the WL500 in to clear out the higher alc., or would I be better off just cooling the wort, sealing it up and let it rest until the starter is ready to go?
This will be for a Chimay Blue clone that should come in around 1.088-1.094 OG depending on final efficiency (brewing as I type).
Input appreciated guys!