Hey guys, new to brewing and this site. I am hoping to brew my 4th batch tonight. I made my first yeast starter on Thursday night and I'm not sure if it's ready to pitch. From the research I've found on HBT, it's had plenty of time to ferment and reach high krausen, (and I did see quite a bit of activity as of last night/ this morning), however to me it looks like there is plenty of yeast still in suspension. Not sure if I need it to clear up more, or if it's ready to roll? thoughts?
Also, when pitching, can you pitch yeast at a cold temp.? My understanding is that it is best to pitch at room temperature, but I wanted to check. I would ideally like to chill my starter and decant some of the wort prior to pitching.
Reason: Wrote in wrong day.