I've read threads, many say with a bigger beer you might want to use yeast nutrient. I am making a founders breakfast stout clone that has an OG of 1.073. The recipe calls for adding some yeast nutrient at flameout, but i forgot that step. I know it will still be beer but I'm wanting to start working on my fermentation procedures.
I pitched the yeast 24 hours ago, it has been actively fermenting for about 12 hours. Any point in adding some yeast nutrient at this point?
The yeast "energizer" i have contains: Diammonium Phosphate, Yeast Hulls, Magnesium Sulphate, Vitamin B Complex.