We moved into a new house in October. First brew in the new house went perfectly. Second one went well enough, but the new cellar gets much colder than our old house. I used to have no issues keeping the wort above 64 degrees regardless of outside weather. This house, I’m accidentally dipping down to 58 or below. I just bought an external bucket heating pad, and will pair with an inkbird.
The beer started at 1.075 and is now stuck at 1.021, been there for half the day. that’s still a healthy 7ish% abv, but I expected closer to 9. It’s nowhere near the timeline for finish, I still expect another 6 days or so. Using 2 packets of dry yeast (safale us05), which should still have some attenuation left in it. If I implement the new heater and raise the temps to high 60s or so, is it possible that I jump start the fermentation again? Just trying to get those last bits of sweetness out