I brewed a [accidental imperial] Northern German Alt beer last night, and in a daze when I woke up this morning pitched the Kölsch starter into the other carboy (simple pale ale). I didn't realize the mistake until the final yeast bits were plopping into the wrong fermenter.
I have a Pacman starter that I built up from the dregs of a Rogue bottle over the past week. My options at this point are to go and buy one or two new packs of Kölsch yeast or to pitch the built-up Pacman starter.
Given, the Alt beer I made is extremely heavy due to an unintended extremely high efficiency result that wasn't detected until it was in the fermenter (1.065 after the first dilution), so I'm not against changing other parts of this brew if it could make for an appealing, and interesting beer.
All other things being equal, does Pacman from Rogue produce similar flavors/qualities as a Kölsch yeast [WLP029]?