A week ago my barleywine had slowed down a ton in primary. It went from 1.087 to 1.019 in one week and was visibly slower in activity. I decided to rack to secondary. After a few days noticed a few bubbles floating up the side of the carboy, I have seen this to some degree before so I didn;t think anything of it. This morning I was checking it out, and to my suprise it was bubbling like all get, enough to be churning the dry hops around. Tomorrow morning I plan on racking it over to a third carboy, checking the gravity, adding another run of dry hops, and throwing it in the garage to force the yeast to the bottom. It is around 35 in the garage and hope that this will force the yeast into dormancy.
does all this seem right?