I made a St Bernardus ABT 12 clone, following the recipe in the 250 Clones mag.
I let it sit for about 4 months, so I just figured it was done, I kegged it without taking a gravity reading (dumb I know).
However, I think the yeast I got was too old, and the beer ended up way too sweet.
Is there anything I can do now to dry it out?
I was thing about racking it from the keg (it is already very carbonated, will that even work?) back to a carboy. Letting it warm up, letting all the Co2 evaporate out, and then adding some beano? Maybe adding pitching some new yeast from a big starter at high krausen? Which yeast should I pitch? Any other ideas?
I brewed this beer back in December, so I kinda want to save it. But right now every pint i pour goes down the drain.
I spose I could brew another batch to blend it with, but it is REALLY sweet, not even sure if that would work...
Thanks for ideas.