Originally Posted by Shiest
Other than that it tastes great. I think it will be a great batch and I'd hate to have it ruined by low alcohol content.
First I just wanted say congrates on a good beer that tastes great. I would say that the term "ruined" is a far cry from what you have here. It, at the moment, is not as alcoholic as you had wanted. But again, tastes great so its far away from ruined. You are certainly tasting qualities in the beer because the alcohol is on the lower side.
That being said, I wonder if what I had just experienced would help you. I made a wheat beer. I put cherry puree in the secondary and it went through a pretty active second fermentation. It is certainly a bit more alcoholic then before I added the fruit. I'm not saying to add fruit, but perhaps adding more malt would keep the fermentation moving along.
As always, ideas await the commends of the more experienced