I'm in the middle of a marathon event.
I brewed Biermuncher's SWMBO Slayer. BIAB - for some reason efficiency was terrible, probably due to crush. O.G. was 10 points low - okay, I'll have a nice session Belgian Blonde.
After 3 weeks fermentation stalled completely at 1.020. I tried everything, and finally racked onto a Nottingham cake. I got mild fermentation, but after 2 weeks, still stalled at 1.018. At this point I'm about to give up, the beer is sweet and thick tasting and I'm really disappointed.
After reading some threads I decide to try Amylase Enzyme purchased from LHBS. I added 2 tsp with little real hope.
Lo and behold, one day later I have a really nice thick krausen formed.
At this point the beer has been fermenting for two months and has seen two different yeasts. I have no idea what to expect, but if I get something drinkable this will be a successful recovery. With my luck it will be the best beer I've ever made and I'll have no idea how to recreate the batch.
Any ideas what to expect? My original issues were probably due to crush and high mash temps yielding a relatively unfermentable wort.