I brewed a smoked wheat beer the other day, and ended up with terrible eff. Shooting for an OG of 1.045 ended up getting 1.034. This was a Gratzebier(sp??) of sorts and while the original OG is meant to be in the 1.03 range i just don't want it to stall out at 1.1 or higher. I'm shooting for a FG of around 1.006 which would be fine. Let's say i don't get down that far and i'm sitting with a low abv, very sweet wheat. Could i pitch a small amount of wort from my 3 month old sour fermentor into this and be able to infect it to turn it into a sour wheat of sorts?
This wheat has only been going for 4 days and i haven't taken a reading just kind of exploring my options if this were to happen.
3 gal batch
5lbs weyerman smoked wheat
1 oz perle to 35 IBUs
Wyeast 1007 German Ale 75%att.