I brewed up a double ipa. Hit 1.089 for OG. Made a 1L starter 3 days prior, aerated well, and used wyeast nutrient added in the boil. I live in a basement apt and it can get fairly cool in the winter months. Fermentation kicked off good with no problems. But after two weeks in the fermenter I checked the temp and it was at 61. I used 1056 and I know thats on the low end of the temp range for that strain. So I took a reading and its at 1.028. That freaked me out a bit. So I took the plunge and built my own temp controlled vessel with foam insulation board and a temp controller. I roused the yeast up shaking the bucket a bit and warmed it up to 70 for 2 days. Took a reading and its at 1.027 now. I’m expecting a high fg due to the high og but 1.027 seems too high to me. I taste tested and its definitley too sweet for my liking. Any suggestions? I’d like to see it hit at least 1.023. Am I just stuck with a high fg? Any tips and advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
Edit: I forgot to mention: mash temp was 152 for 60min also added 2lbs corn sugar to have a lighter body and dry it out some.