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Caribou Slobber yeast question

Hi Newby here. So my first brew was really good just had a chance to drink :beer: 1. It is the caribou slobber.
Now to the question. I have brewed another batch it’s 6 days in. Everything was normal, but accidentally pitched a liquid yeast for the fresh squish IPA. Well of course it’s not quite building the quick fast krousen top of my first batch. So should I pitch a package of the proper Windsor dry yeast I have, or wait it out?

Wait… What temp is your fermenter at?
Sneezles61

68

Good temp for it to take off… a bit cooler if you can… Be patient…
I believe so many brews get scoffed at for being bad… when it could’ve used a little more time…
Sneezles61

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OK I think I’m gonna hang in there. It is fermenting it’s just a lot slower than when I use the dry yeast which has obviously more active cells

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Just be patient. The wet yeast would probably have benefited from a starter but it will get the job done and likely won’t take long at that temp.

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