Well, I've tried just about everything mentioned on the board here with the exception of adding brett or repitching with 099. I don't won't to go the brett route as I've read that it's "a wild yeast that's known for creating funky, wild flavors." The 099 was a serious consideration but I'm not sure pitching a fourth time with a third different yeast is the way to go. I've stirred up the yeast, added yeast fuel and heated up to around 80 but it's stubbornly still sitting at 1.030. I think I'm down to kegging as is or swinging for the fences with beano. I know beano is a bad word in most home brew circles and should, if at all, be an absolute last ditch effort. As I understand it beano will dry out my beer (which I want because it is still too sweet) but comes with the danger that the gravity continues to drop past where it should be and might turn the beer into rocket fuel.
So, if kegging at 1.030 or adding 1-2 beano tablets were the only options left for you to consider I'm curious as to what others on here would select.