Apologies if this has been beaten to death, attempted a search with no relevant results.
Looks like we'll be moving soon, so the Oud Bruin I have aging I'm thinking will be less risky to move in bottles than in the carboy. I pitched the Roeselare blend after near full fermentation with S-05 (down to 1.010 at the time) and it's been sitting like that about 4 months (haven't taken a recent gravity reading).
I understand the Brett and other strains in Roeselare will continue munching on sugars until it dries out a good bit, and my concern is over carbonation and the possibility of a bottle bomb over long term aging (1 yr) in the bottle.
In your opinion is this a warranted concern?
If so I do have a plan B, I have a Corny Keg I could transfer the Oud into. But I have no way of purging the head space, etc. And not sure the consequences of removing from secondary at this stage...
Plan C is just to let them get carbonated and drink in a timely fashion ;P