As a caveat I have never brewed a Belgium beer before and I didn’t do any research on them before I started this. I wanted to make a dark ale for my nitro system. So I find this recipe for Strong Belgium Dark Ale and think this sounds good. As I’m prone to do I whip up a 3 gallon batch for a first time brew my OG was 1.089. I used Wyeast 1762 Belgium Abbey II with a starter. I soon realize this is a great beer so I do the research and throw the idea for putting it on nitro right out the window. Yesterday I noticed there was zero action in the fermentation so I shoot a gravity and it’s 11.6 brix corrected to 1.020 which is a bullseye for FG and the ABV showed 9.14%. I rack into another carboy and drop the fermentor temp to 65 and throw it in to age for a couple of month. I get up this morning and it has a beautiful krausen and party going on in the airlock. So should I be worried? My idea was to condition it for a couple of months and keg it then force carbonate it to 3.5 to 4 volumes while it ages until Christmas. Is this variable plan for this kind of beer?