I brewed yesterday but had to hurry towards the end because it took longer than I thought and I had a time commitment for early evening with friends.
In short, I didn't add all the yeast from my WLP 013 to 5.5 gals of `1.060 wort. I had the tube at room temp. about 65 F and added to the wort which I placed in a large tub of 60 F water. I shook the tube, sanitized the outside and poured it in. But today, I noticed the tube still felt a bit heavy and there is still some sludge of yeast remaining in the tube.
It's been about 24 hours with the fermenter sitting in a 60 F water bath, and I'm seeing little if any signs of active fermentation.
Should I wait 24 hours and see what happens?
Warm the yeast tube and mix the contents with some wort from the fermenter to help liquify the remaining contents of the yeast tube then pitch it?
Or hydrate some dry yeast and pitch it?
Suggestions please and thanks in advance for your help.