Well, a few things. This is a pretty big beer so my off the cuff would say that you have a stuck fermentation as Fuelshop suggests. You say you pitched a smack pack. I don't see the yeast type in the print out. I'm going to assume you didn't make a starter for this and you simply pitched a single smack pack. That would likely be part of the problem. In the future, you'll want to make a starter or at least pitch a few packs when you're this high up in the gravity range. The overabundance of food and high alcohol environment is going to stress out the yeast. Check out the Mr. Malty calculator (Mrmalty.com
) for the correct pitching rates moving forward.
OG of 89
Target FG of 23
Current gravity 34
Assuming you hit all your targets (or were relatively close) you likely would have a VERY sweet beer on your hands. I would suggest checking out threads on stuck fermentations for more suggestions, but I would suggest doing a few things:
- pitch another pack of yeast
- gently swirl up your fermenter to get the existing yeast back into the game
- keep your fermentation temps in the suggested range for the yeast
Hopefully that will get things kickstarted back up.