So, with my stir plate, I have made a 1.8 liter starter of 1.050 (I know it's high, but I'm making a tripel here and I don't want lazy yeast!) wort, and I pitched it last night only to come downstairs and see a small river of starter flowing from the stir plate to a towel I keep near it in case this happens.
The krausen on this guy is huge. Even with a stir plate and great gas exchange, it's producing a great amount of CO2, healthy yeast, and plenty of foam.
My question is, and I know it's a RDWHAHB thing when yeast blows off during primary, but will my beer suffer from the starter going nuts like this?
Thanks for the help, HBT!