So, I was making my 2nd ever batch of homebrew thinking I was doing even better than my awesome 1st batch.... then it came time to cast the yeast... while shaking it up it seemed to be leaking slightly and the solid was all at one end of the tube, while the liquid by itself... harding shaking did get it to dissolve a little, but opening caused a "spitting" pop of yeast ooozing out ... so I quickly opened all the way and threw into the carboy.. but all it seemed to do was ... sink.
after a while of the wort sitting appearing to do nothing, I made an executive decision to cast the dry yeast pack I had handy... and I did. and it seems it worked well. The bubbler is going strong, and the foam grew and looks great! The wort is moving and a groovin' in activity.. However, 3rd day into it.. the wort appears completely foggy!
Is that normal? Is it going to clear up a bit after a couple more days? Did I over yeast? Did I kill my beer?
THANKS AHEAD OF TIME! AND HAPPY FATHERS DAY!