Okay, I did a really dumb thing in my rush to get a starter going with Propper. I needed a 36 ounce starter and instead of following the directions and just going on memory (second dumb thing i did), I used two cans of Propper instead of one can diluted with 18oz of water. The starter I created has been sitting on a stir plate for about 15 hours. I'm thinking I could just dilute the starter with another 36oz of water and be fine with it. Maybe let it run a little longer before stopping and chilling. Yes I know I'll have way more yeast than I would need. I hink it is too early for the yeast to produce byproducts that I don't want with it only being 15 hours. FWIW, the yeast is Wyeast 1450. The temp range is 60-70f and I have it sitting at 68f.
Any thoughts or opinions?