Yesterday I made my first attempt at a home brew, and went with a simple golden ale recipe; I followed each step to the letter provided by the home brew supply shop. Early last night the brew started to foam up...aggressively. So quickly that after about an hour of bubbling it shot the airlock off after getting too full of kraeusen (causing the holes in the top of the airlock to plug up). I reset the setup, but the foam was pouring out of the airlock for about an hour straight before I read up and decided to set up a blow off tube. The tube worked well, and when I woke up the brew was still bubbling. I came home tonight and all of the foam was gone from the carboy, and bubbling is down to about every 20-30 seconds. Is there a chance it could have fermented that quickly in less than a day? Is there hope for the batch, and something else I can do? Or is it time to dump it and head back for more supplies?