I made a starter (GY 054: Vermont Ale) from about 40ml of slurry I got from a previous batch on Sunday (4-5 days ago). It came from a 5% hoppy pale ale and is now going to be use for a 7% NEIPA. The starter is about 1700ml. I made the starter 24 hours ago and it took off this afternoon. It's still active but seems to be settling down. I am brewing tomorrow and will pitch this in about 12 hours. Should I let this ride and pitch the whole thing or throw in fridge and try to get some separation from the junky beer that was produced? I'm leaning on crashing tonight and hoping to get some separation by 10am tomorrow when I'm going to pitch but open to suggestions. I realize this is last minute. This was my first yeast washing experience and I didn't collect the amount of slurry I thought I would get. Was hoping for about 150ml but I must've dumped a bunch when transferring from the carboy. Anyway, thanks for any suggestions. Due to the time, there's a good chance I'll have to make this decision on my own anyway.