Brew day went well. I ended up with an original gravity of 1.063. However, I couldn't get the temperature of the wort below 24º Celsius (75,2º Fahrenheit) as I ran out of ice. I decided to get it into the fermenter rather than running 19º Celsius water through the chiller for another hour. I then pitched the yeast. I had collected a litre of yeast from my previous batch and then, for good measure I through in a packet of yeast as well. I used Belgian Abbaye Ale yeast. On the packet it said to rehydrate before pitching. I decided because I used some yeast from the previous batch that it probably wasn't necessary. Anyway, I slowly brought the temperature down to 21º (69,8º F) and kept it between 17 and 21 for 17 days. Expected final gravity was 1.006. However, When i bottled the beer today the Final Gravity was 1.016. I tasted a sample and it seems fine. And here is my question - Did something go wrong? What are the possible reasons that FG was not 1.006 and is that a problem? Any hints, clues and advices are greatly appreciated! Many thanks and Brew On!