Looking for some thoughts/advice...
I had a bit of an overflow in my starter while at work today. I'd say the puddle was about a quarter to a third of a cup, maybe a bit less. I'm sure there was some yeast carried out with the foam. Not sure if it was a lot or a little.
Its a 2.3L starter of english ale yeast (WL002) in a 3L container, hopefully going into a 1.070 OG brew this weekend.
What's my best course of action? Go with whatever I have in the starter or maybe get another vial to pitch in addition to the starter? I've never had any overflow in a starter so I have no idea what it's going to do to my pitching rate...
Thanks in advance!