Started out as a Northern Brewer High Gravity, but found herself the lucky recipient of 1.75lbs of honey in primary and 3.3 lbs of LME in her boil. Sweet little thing fermented steadily for 31 days in primary with a little swirling action to rouse her yeasties. Now that she reclines in secondary after changing from 104 to 61, I wonder how to get her to go down a little more. Tastes absolutely sweet due to the addition of WLP060 and 1056 . I know.... weird combination, but the 060 did nothing after 24 hours so I pitched 1056. Temps were never over 68 so fermentation was slow and steady. She's at about 5.7% ABV but I'd like to coax a little more alcohol out of her. Any suggestions? Pitch dry champagne yeast plus a little yeast nutrient on top? Now I see about 1 bubble per 2 minutes in secondary and I can easily leave her there for another month. Actually, I could bottle now and be really happy with the taste, just want a higher ABV. Greedy bastard aren't I?