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Using sorbate is the only way to have a chance of stropping fermentation and even that can be unreliable. If you keg rather than bottle, attempting to stop fermentation is less dangerous since a keg won't explode like bottles can. As has been said, the real solution is to brew the beer you want to drink.
You should actually brew beers you want to drink. If you brew kits, look for one that has the amount of alcohol you want. If you are all grain, you can tweak any number of things to achieve the desired ABV - from type of yeast to mash temp etc. So yeah you can stop fermentation in your beer but its not a good idea. Unless you have a keg you will have ...
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