Hey guys, I started brewing a batch of Caribou Slobber 11 days ago. Being new to home brewing and not paying attention I put my carbon in an environment that was about 78 degrees. (well above ideal, I know) The majority of fermentation was finished in about 48 hours and over the next 48 hours bubbles stopped moving through the airlock altogether as far as I could tell. I moved to secondary after a week just because. Since I moved to secondary there have been no bubbles at all. Is it safe to bottle now? I figure because it's in such a warm environment the whole process was exponentially faster. I tested it with a hydrometer when I moved to secondary and it's at 5.5% abv. Tastes decent too, just sorta weird haha. PLEASE HELP I DINT WANT BOTTLE BOMBS!!!