Well I know where I went wrong so the question is more, can I fix it? Tried my first barleywine 2 weeks ago, was shooting for 3.5 gallons and a .091 OG but ended up with .079 and closer to 4 gals even though I went a full 30 mins over, I normally boil off close to a gallon an hour. I could live with that but my issue was the yeast I didn't have time for a starter and I know that was the reason but I was still hoping for better performance from the WLP099. My FG was .020 which seems awfully high to me for the OG and type of yeast. I racked it to the secondary on some oak and was going to let it sit for several months. Is there anything I can do to bring the FG down some more? I really want to hit the 9% mark if possible but do not want to take any chances either it might taste just fine the way it is. Thanks in advance for any help!