Hey again guys. First off, thanks for all the help while I've been getting into this hobby. For my last brew, I tried cali yeast instead of using s-05, figured it was cheaper for more. I brewed a pretty tame extract pale ale (1.046 og, about 30ibu). I rehydrated and pitched my yeast at about 75 degrees. I then moved it into my fermentation fridge set to 60 and let it go. It was fermenting pretty vigorously the next day, bubbling for the better part of the week. I took my first reading after 10 days, saw it was at 1.012ish, but it was still sweet. I cranked the temp up to 70 to try to encourage it to drop a bit, but no luck. I didn't try rousing the yeast, which I suppose I should've. I figured it isn't a super high flocculating yeast, so it wasn't worth it. I realize it isn't super high, but it is so sweet. Beer soda. The recipe was 2 lbs wheat dme, 3 lbs dme, and 1 lb 20l crystal steeped for 20 minutes at 155. Think it'll be possible to bring it down? I was considering pitching a packet of voss that I have and moving it into my hot garage. If I do this should I add nutrients since there isn't much going on in there? Make a starter? Aerate after pitching? Let me know if there is hope!