I found a lot of threads about floaties at the surface, but I have a very distinct layer of suspended bits of trub or protein globules (or something) exactly halfway between the surface and the bottom of my carboy.
This is a strong IPA (and my first brew) that was in primary for about a week and secondary for two weeks, and these guys haven't fallen at all in days. Last hydro was 1.017. I'm pretty sure I screwed up my OG reading, but taking into account that mistake and a few other big ones that I'm too embarrassed to admit, I believe I'm at about 9% ABV. Yikes! I did use Irish moss.
What would you do? Would gelatin help? I've read posts about gently swirling the carboy to get stuff to fall out, but I'm scared that will just kick it up even more. If I can get space in a fridge I'll cold crash and cross my fingers, but right now I can't.