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So, my mead has been brewing happily along for about 2 and a half weeks now and all of a sudden my fermentations has stopped. I have no bubbling in the carboy as well as no bubbling in my airlock. I took a Hydrometer reading and my SG came out to 1.060. Should I rack to my second carboy, if so , what should I do to get my mead fermenting again? Also, would it be beneficial to rack on to some fresh dried cherries and a little more honey?
I see you're using bread yeast. It may be that your yeasties have reached their tolerance. You can add some nutrient as mentioned below, and give it a good stir that should kick something up.
But, if it doesn't I wouldn't be surprised. Bread yeast isn't really a go getter when it comes to vigorous fermentations without nutrient supplements, and generaly carries a fairly low ABV tolerance from what I remember.