Originally Posted by JLem
I'm not sure that bottling this beer at 1.031 was a good idea. This seems too high for a beer with this starting gravity to be finished (that's only about 62% apparent attenuation, which is low, particularly if you used a Belgian yeast) and I would be worried about bottle bombs. Perhaps it really was done and everything is fine, but I would be careful when handling those bottles.
Yup i was woeried about it too, but from reaserch it was stuck it was in primary fpr about 6 weeks, I also did not use all the suger the kit came with for botting. Im keeping them at 63 to 64 dagrees in my basement. The beer tast pretty good at 2 weeks. I will be carefull handleing the bottles to be safe, needless to say Im going to maje sure I usr vetter yeast for a big beer. The yeast the Bb kit gave me was not even a belgian strain.
On a side note, We did an imperial blond ale that finished fg right on spot, with dry yeast and no starter.