Originally Posted by rwischer
It tastes pretty good but real sweet. Of course I know that a Belgian Quad will be sweet but this is a little more than I'd like which is why I wanted to bring down the FG. I am planning on kegging this both to avoid bottle bombs and because my keg just became available.
If it were me, I'd rack off of the other yeast, and pitch WLP099. That stuff is a beast and should help you out. It's also fairly neutral, so it won't affect the flavor too much. I'd stay away from the 3711.
I've had success in restarting stuck fermentation with the 099. I even used it in a high gravity SMaSH that went from 1.096 to 1.009.
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