So I brewed some skeeter pee on 4/22. I pitched the slurry from a 3gal apfelwein that I was transferring to secondary. It took off fast and was down from 1070 to 1050 after 2 days.
I followed the directions and added the last lemon juice, yeast nutrient and o2 at this point (I didn't have any yeast energizer). The pee didn't move at all for about a week, it was still at 1050.
So at this point I racked the same apfelwein again and added the additional slurry that had settled to the bottom - there appeared to be plenty of creamy white yeast in this slurry.
The pee started fermenting again, but slowly. Right now it's about 6 days since I added the second yeast slurry, and it is now down to 1036. I'm getting airlock bubbles but very slowly.
My question is do you guys think it will ferment out dry and I should just let it ferment slow, or is it likely to get completely stuck soon? I was considering pitching some fresh yeast from a packet in there.
Also, since I didn't use energizer (but I did use the prescribed amount of nutrient), would there be any benefit to running out and getting some at this point and adding it now?
Thanks for guidance!