Hi guys, looking for a little advice as a brand new brewer. Last week whilst making my first 1 gallon batch I pitched my yeast when the wort was way too warm (I mixed up my Farenheit and Celcius and pitched at 70c instead of 70f :evil: ). I only realised my error this morning after I joined Brewer's Friend and printed off the very handy brew day sheets. It looks like there has been some action in the carboy, but I can't be sure. Have I ruined my batch? Or is it salvageable? Also, I was using one of Brooklyn Brew Shop's starter kits. Hope to hear back soon. Will be attempting another brew today after a visit to my local home brew store to pick up ingredients.