« on: October 20, 2014, 05:35:26 PM »
Fixed. Unless you like drinking yeast sludge...You should be OK without any extra yeast as long as you're patient. It doesn't hurt to add a little extra at bottling as an insurance policy if you'd like. But you need way less than you think you do. One or two grams of US-05 at bottling is all that you need for a 5-gallon batch. If you use too much yeast you will get a lot of trub in your bottles.
This ^^^^ I have not had any real problems getting big beers to carbonate. Patience is all you need. Maybe instead of getting carbonation at about 2 weeks, it will take a full month. It will still work. Since you've fermented for nearly 2 months though, it might not be a bad idea to add a couple of
ouncesgrams of fresh US-05 as insurance. Not a full pack but just a sprinkle is all.