I'm getting ready to bottle a Belgian Tripple. OG was 1.093 and FG was 1.014. It sat in primary for 3 weeks and will be in secondary for 2-3 weeks. The secondary has been kept at about 63*F and its clearing up really nice. Come bottle time, I plan on sticking it in the garage overnight to chill it a bit more before bottling. According to the mfg of the kit, I can bottle in normal bottles without trouble. It came with a pre-measured priming sugar pack. I've seen comments about people adding a pinch of yeast to the bottling bucket on the higher alcohol beers.. I've only bottled lower gravity ales so far.
Am I going to have enough yeast to sufficiently bottle? If I add yeast, will I have too much carbonation? Should it be the same yeast as what I brewed with? should I still keep at 70* for the first 2-3 weeks after bottling?