Possible stuck fermentation... Please advise.
Hi, I am relatively new to homebrewing and completely new to this forum. I am attempting to brew a delirium tremens clone using whitelabs WLP530 Abbey Ale Yeast and I am afraid my fermentation is stuck. It has been two and a half weeks in the primary and the FG has stalled at 1.034. OG was 1.084. The recipe is as follows:
7 oz German Munich Malt
5 oz Belgian Biscuit malt
3 oz Belgian Aromatic Malt
7.5# Muntons Extra Light DME
1.5 # Belgian Clear Candi Sugar
1# Invert sugar (Lyle's Golden Syrup)
1.5 oz Styrian Goldings @ 4.7% AA(7.1 HBU) bittering hop
1/4 oz Styrian Golding (flavor hop)
1/4 oz Czech Saaz (flavor hop)
1 tsp irish moss
1/4 oz Czech Saaz (aroma hop)
1/4 tsp Grains of Paradise
3/4 tsp coriander
I have recently stirred the yeast cake with a sterilized racking cane and have placed the carboy in the bathtub with warm water. Should I pitch more yeast or make another starter?