The coopers extract was already hopped- I have no idea what kind. It's very mild, not at all hoppy. Here's the description:
"Traditional two-row malted barley, choice hops and soft water combine in this Old English style dark ale to produce a nutty Northern character; soft, rich, full-bodied with a medium-sweet, malt-driven palate. Color (°SRM) -23.0 IBU - 31.0"
The fat tire clone uses Willamette (1/4 ounce aroma), Herbrucker (1/2 ounce flavor), and Northern Brewer (3/4 oz bittering).
Would you suggest doing a quick yeast washing, instead of pitching on the cake? I haven't made a starter just in case I can reuse the yeast as is. I could save my $5 liquid yeast for a later batch.
I appreciate the help!