I have some 2nd generation washed yeast from Wyeast 1056. It's in the fridge now.
I just made a 1L starter wort that is cooling in the same fridge in an Erlenmeyer flask.
When the temps equalize (at about 36), can I decant the liquid from the yeast and pitch the yeast into the wort, and let it gradually warm to room temp while on the stir plate?
I can't think of any reason why this would be bad, but I wanted to ask to make sure.
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