11.6% calculated with BeerSmith2 alcohol tool. I'd let it sit at least a month and let that alcohol blend with all your other flavors. Sounds like a great brew.
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I use an old bottling wand (with the tip cut off) and a short piece of 3/8" tubing shoved up into the Perlick. Use starsan to sanitize everything including inside the faucet. Rolled up paper towel saturated with starsan works great for inside the faucet. Drop the pressure to 2-3 lbs., pull the relief valve on the keg to eliminate the pressure, chill the bottles to the temp of the beer (tried the freezer once but it really foamed up), fill the bottle from the bottom and cap on foam. If it doesn't foam then I shoot CO2 into the top of the bottle to remove the O2 and then cap. Simple & cheap. Cheers, and Happy Brewing!!!