I know not usually a problem and maybe this has more to do with my recipe or process but I used a full pack of hornidal on a neipa recently and it came in higher than beersmith projection. I mashed this on accident at 150 was supposed to be 153, pitched it at 85deg, and I use a heat pad on the fermenter to raise the temp with a blanket around it, tested the wort and it was mid 90’s so I know it’s temp is fine. Fermentstion stopped on day 2 and the yeast completely dropped as evidenced by the cake on the bottom of the fermenter. So I left the heat pad on it and would occasionally swirl the carboy. So today is day 5, took my fg reading before I cool the csrboy to dryhop and got a fg read8ng of 1.018 when per beersmith the fg was supposed to be 1.012 and frankly with a full pack of hornidal fermented hot with a mash temp of 150 I’d have expected the fg to be much lower. Any ideas here. I’m gonna retest my thermometer but last time I did it was only a degree off so still that’s a mash of 151deg. I’m aerating the wort to for 60sec with my o2 wand And the grain bill is 2 row, wheat, munich and oats so it’s a very fermentable bill. Oh OG was 1.077 fell short of my 1.081 goal so maybe I need to go back to making starters although from what I’ve read that shouldn’t be necessary with kviek.