I'm trying to pitch yeast in my first batch of beer. I'm using a Belgian Wit kit. Last night I made the wort and misread the temp. The thermometer read 77 degrees but when I stirred the wort the temp went back up to 81. So I had already added my dry yeast to water and ended up not pitching the yeast before I went to bed. I left the yeast in the water in a bowl overnight and it appears to still be active. I even added a teaspoon of sugar just to check and there is definitely activity. Can I go ahead and add this to my wort or has it spent too much time open to the air?