Maybe I’m not patient enough, but on day #21 SG is stuck at 1.008. This is what it looked like on day #4, SG hadn’t changed - still at 1.070. I’ve never seen yeast clump like that. No bubbles. I’ve been lurking for a couple months now and finally got a chance to foray into the SP/DB universe! I’ve read the entire DB thread and a lot of other stuff here. I have lots of ideas about what to try next, but would like some expert opinions. I’ll try to keep this short so it will get read, but made copious notes and some pictures in case it will help. Basically I’m following the SP recipe to a T, except I pitched the yeast (EC-1118, not slurry) too soon, 18 hours after everything was in the primary, at the same time I pitched the yeast into my DB. 3 days later, no action and no drop in SG (pic above). My DB was going fine. So I put another pack of 1118 into 2 oz of warm water with a bit of sugar, then added 2oz of must when it got going, and doubled it every time it looked like it was bubbling well, until I had a quart, then added to the primary and it took off right away. 2 days later, at 1.050, I added the rest of the Realemon, nutrient, and energizer. Things kept going for a few days then stuck at 1.015. I added more nutrient & energizer, splash-racked a couple times, whipped it good. Didn’t help. So a couple days later I repeated the “unstick” process with another pack of 1118. That worked for 3 days. Now it’s been stuck at 1.008 for 4 days. I racked to a carboy yesterday so I could keep a closer eye on it. Kept about half the lees. No action in the air lock, no visible bubbles, 1/2” layer of sediment. I was trying to keep this short, lol, but I wanted to include as much info as I could. Original SG: 1.070. Temp: upper 70’s to low 80’s. Yeast: EC-1118. Never any bad smells. Stirred & whipped twice a day. Suggestions?