Originally Posted by seand
Bottled yesterday and got a good chance to test it mixed up from transfering and it measured 1.002 again.
The yeast cake was bubbling by the time I got done bottling, but I think that was just from it warming up and the CO2 coming out of suspension. I canned some of the yeast and it built up essentially no pressure overnight. But, it's now in the archive for future experimentation.
I think I might split up a future batch and use different yeasts on each...
I would highly recommend splitting up batches! It is a great chance to learn about different yeast characteristics and shoot... Two different beers for the price of a yeast pack. Not bad.
To answer your question, you should expect this yeast to chew up the fermentables... I just kegged a batch that finished at .001 (as i had hoped). Granted, i did AG and mashed at 148 to dry it out to ensure that. Saisons are very often finished down in your range.
I also brewed a biere' de garde with this yeast. Finished at .007, a bit lower than i had hoped.
Anyway. I would not be surprised by the low gravity with this yeast. I hope your beer is tasty!