So I am just finishing packaging a cream ale and want to do another. I prepared a starter with 3 yeast packs wlp 80 (two were close to exp and another was expired) for the first 10 Gallon batch. This time I remembered to cool the batch and dump the trub prior to pitching. I hit the wort with a good full minute of oxygen and the batch took off like a rocket. Fast forward to packaging and I now have two pint sized jars filled with very thick yeast. So I was going to try my luck at reusing this yeast and basically I seem to be confusing myself as to whether or not to wash. It looks pretty clean and my next batch will be two days from now so I was wondering if I should just go ahead and pitch half of one of these pints? I don't think a starter would be needed right? just keep this in the fridge, let warm to room temp before pitching?