I have a strong Belgian ale type, I can't quite call it a Quad, but it was an attempt on my travels to learn the crafting of Quads. I brewed it 2 months ago and transferred to the secondary at 3 weeks.
8% Dried Malt extract
12% Candi Syrup
10% Special B
WLP500 no starter, aerated with a paint stirrer on electric drill
Current Gravity: 1.030
Beer Smith estimated a finished gravity of 1.014. Anyway, I guess this is a good and stuck fermentation. Its been cold in my basement main fermentation was around 68 for the first 3 weeks, since November the ambient temps in my basement have dropped to 58 with winter and all.
Any ideas? I was thinking of putting in 5oz of sugar and a packet of S-05. I'd have to transfer back to a brew bucket and move into the house where it should be at about 68. Is there another yeast strain ideal for this? I have the S05 in my fridge.