I posted earlier about having a high gravity reading of 1.024 (target 1.018) when racking to the secondary, the OG was 1.078. Anyway, after 2-3 weeks in the secondary if the FG hasn't dropped any lower and I bottle at that, what's my risk of bottle bombs? The reason I ask is because there's obviously still suspended yeast in the secondary as I still see more and more accumulating on the bottom of the carboy. Shouldn't this yeast be eating away at the fermentables (If there's any left)? When I add the priming sugar and bottle, if the yeast didn't eat what was left when I was at 24 points, why would it eat any more than the added priming sugar? Does this make sense?