Hi, I know there are already some posts about this, but I found that most of the information was almost (but not quite) pertinent to my specific situation. Just looking for a second opinion.
I'm brewing the Tom Bastian's Death Metal (RIS) recipe from the book Extreme Brewing. The recipe has an O.G. of 1.098 and F.G. 1.025. There is no bottling/priming information for that recipe in the book. With the final gravity being that high, is it even necessary to add priming sugar? And either way, would it be helpful to add some (champagne?) yeast to the bucket as well? What would y'all do in this case? Thanks!