I had another few mistakes that same brew day, nothing major but I'd planned my first no chill and rehydrated the yeast before the brew (just stuck the beaker in the fridge after advice on here) and I'd planned a 90 minute boil but threw my bittering hops in straight away instead of at 60 mins. Not wanting to mess up the IBUs I decided to make it a 60 minute boil so still ended up with 21 litres (as originally planned - before throwing 4L of it across the kitchen) but at 1.042 rather than 1.050. Considered putting some DME in but all I had was medium and I'm making a lager. Didn't want to darken it too much so I'll have 4ish percent beer rather than 5ish. Oh and the time I saved on not chilling went into cleaning the sticky wort from almost every surface in the kitchen. Mrs fury_tea was not best pleased. I'd not even been drinking this time either. Maybe that was the problem?