Hi folks! Sorry I haven't been around much - I have been brewing though! Light American Lager, Maple brown ale, my "Victory for Munich" which proved that 15% Victory malt isn't "too much" (though I plan to knock it back to 10! lol) and a pilot beer with Irish Ale malt (with a touch of carared) that I called Irish Gold and kicked hella quick! Further more, I have three slightly different oktoberfest recipes I plan to make. First one starts today. And then there is the beer that brings up my current question - Recently, I made a Baltic Porter for my father which finished out just over 8.5%... I force carbed it for 4 or 5 days per normal - 30 psi start to seal keg and begin carbing (24 hours) and then 12 psi for the remainder.... It wasn't "fully carbed like my other beers though when I brought it to his house yesterday. I mean, it was carbonted - but not like the light american lager or any other standard beer on tap. - I feel like this happened with a bock I made last year too - it just took longer to carb. Set aside ideas about leaks - I'm just curious if this is a 'thing" - I don't make many 8%+ beers so I don't have a ton of experience. If no one else here has experienced this or can explain it then I will assume it was some sort of leak I didn't catch despite my time searching.... Thanks! - and Cheers! I hope you all have been well! I think I'll try and put some other posts up soon - time permitting - with what I've been up to.... Logos and beer glasses! Planning a 10 gallon set-up and bottling!