« on: October 27, 2014, 06:37:28 AM »
I tapped a keg of old ale for a party this weekend. From the notes on my keg it was pitched with Notty/Windsor harvested from a previous batch. It went from 1.092 to 1.008, so that's a powerful combo.
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Same here, but without the second boil. When I'm doing a high-gravity beer I'll boil some tail runnings down to ~8°P and freeze it in 500 mL blocks. Then when I need to propagate I just thaw the correct number directly into the glass jug for the starter.
It is a bad idea to sell your future production for discounted price in these fund raisers.
And what to use when a recipe simply states "pale malt"
I don't think your fermentation is stuck...I think it's done. That's why nothing you've tried has worked. You could do a forced ferment test to confirm that.