Was wondering if I could get some advice on my current batch of beer. It's an Imperial IPA, my goal was something similar to the dogfishhead 90 min IIPA. So had a 90 min boil continuously hopped with Amarillo, Columbus, and Nugget. I added an appropriate amount of DME and LME according to the recipe that I used from the local brewshop, and also added a bit more sugar near the end of the boil. I used a yeast starter. The OG was 1.110 (!)
Was in primary for 2 weeks; I just racked it into my secondary fermenter, a 5 gal carboy with three ounces of whole leaf hops. The FG was 1.030, so the ABV = (1.110-1.030)*130=10.4%.
My question: should I be worried that my FG isn't down more? I think the alcohol level is fine, much more than what I have now and I would be verging on a barley-wine, which is not really what I want. On the other hand, having a FG of 1.030 would indicate that I still have quite a bit of sugar still present in the wort, and I'm wondering if I should worry more about getting this down rather than keeping the alcohol level reasonable.
I was thinking of keeping it in my secondary for one week, or perhaps two, but I wouldn't imagine that the gravity would change much while in the carboy. Should I add a little more yeast? Should I wait longer? Should I not worry about it? Thoughts?