Okay, so here's your laugh for the night.
I brewed Midwest's Belgian Tripel kit last night and when I took my hydrometer reading I was blown away with an OG well over 1.12. The kit was shooting for 1.074. I quickly figured out that I stupidly added the wrong LME from the fridge. I used 9.3 lbs of Midwest's Munich LME (meant for their Oktoberfest kit which was supposed to be my next brew) instead of what should have been 3.3 lbs of Midwest's Pilsen LME. Total bonehead move, especially considering the containers weren't even the same size. I didn't really have any brilliant ideas about anything I could do to rectify my mistake so I pitched my yeast and closed it up. Vigorous fermentation has already started.
So, I'm wondering if anyone has any thoughts on what sort of monstrosity this is going to create. I have already mentally chalked this one up to my first total loss - and a good lesson in attentiveness- but since it's already fermenting I'd like to know if it's worth seeing what I have created.
Reason: Fixing typo in quoted OG (OG was 1.12 not 1.15)