So, in my first attempt at homebrewing after a year long hiatus, I went for a "big" dopplebock. I was most definitely getting ahead of myself. With an SG of 1.10, I expected way too much out of my Munton's Ale Yeast (I know, but this wasn't meant to be a true bock). Anyway, a month and a half later fermentation has topped out at 1.034. This leaves me with two questions about bottling. First, since there is so much unfermented sugar left, how much if any do I need to add for priming. Second, if the beer is already beyond the alcohol threshold for the yeast, will it carbonate at all? The last thing I want to do is add extra sugar and have some exploding bottles on my hand. Please help.