Making a starter from NEIPA washed yeast ?

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Garage12brewing

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Hi guys !

Since the liquid yeast is difficult to get these day ( shipping way too long ) I tryed to wash the London Ale III yeast from my last NEIPA.

The yeast in my masson jar do not have the creamy reagular color and the liquid in the jar smell hoppy.

There was about 3/16'' thick of yeast at the bottom of my Masson jar. I pitched my slury into a 1.036 2L starter on my stir plate.

About 12h later I dont see much creamy yeast falling on the bottom of my erlenmeyer... but there is some bubble and foam on top but not a huge krausen ( I almost never get big krausen anyway )

Should I be worried ?
 
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