Alright, so a number of weeks ago I made a breakfast stout. I knew the OG was gonna be big (I hit 1.082) so I made a yeast starter...problem was, I didn't know much about starters (I used an airlock, didn't shake etc...since I've switched to foil and a stirplate). After a couple of weeks in the secondary, I decided it was time to bottle. My SG was still 1.030!! This beer was at my friends house, and I really had to bottle it then, even though I think I had a stuck fermentation (the beer was at a buddy's house, and he was leaving). So, somehow I got talked into priming the bottles with Cooper's drops. So: Will this carbonate, since the yeast were already toast? Will it just turn unbearable sweet? Will the extra sugar give me life-threatening hangovers? Will the bottles explode?!!? I was planning on just blending the bottles, one at a time, with a dry stout I made and kegged, just to get some mileage out of an extrememly expensive batch of beer. Thanks in advance!