I brewed Biermuncher's Blue Moon clone approximately 3 weeks ago, and it stalled out before reaching an appropriate FG. It is currently sitting around 1.020-1.022.
I had a OG of 1.052, used WLP400, no starter (stir-plate was still being built at this time), mashed at 154 degrees. My lowest temp on my sticky thermometer was 63 degrees the first week, and so I moved it upstairs and fermented at 70 degrees for another 1 weeks, then racked to secondary for another week in an attempt to jump start the yeast. No go...
My question is, would it be appropriate to re-pitch another yeast strain to clean up what the White Labs yeast couldn't finish, or just bottle as is? Pretty sweet, would like to dry it out a bit... Maybe a little Nottingham as I have some on hand.
Any help would be appreciated - I have not had a problem with other yeasts, but I am sure that a started would have prevented this issue (not going to be an issue in the future with my new stir plate). If you need other information (i.e. recipe, technique, etc.) let me know.