I brewed a batch of Denny’s Wry Smile IPA (extract kit) and after two weeks in the secondary the SPG gravity is stuck at 1.030. The OG was 1.077. I had it in the primary for 2 weeks; very active for the first week (blow-off tube) and bubbling stopped (air lock) during the second week, when I then racked to the secondary (SPG 1.030). Fermentation temps have been @62F. I used a 1L starter with Wyeast 1450 Denny’s Favorite 50, and aerated with 5min of rocking prior to pitching.
- Is this FG (1.030) too high for bottling (I plan to bottle in two weeks and want to avoid explosions)?
- Should I pitch more yeast into the secondary to “restart” fermentation if there are residual sugars available?
Thanks for your help.