yea - 1 week in the primary is pretty quick.
I would wait at least two weeks in the secondary and it will be at it's best, 3 or 4 months after bottling.
Lots of stuff going on in that brew that needs a good aging. All of my Stouts are peaking at 6 months! Taste good early but need aging for sure.
IF I were you I would wait until the NEXT weekend but this weekend is OK.
Grinders Island Brewery - Pipeline (Batch #)
Primary #1 Hair of the Arm West Coast Blaster - don't ask(89)
Next up - Award winning Dbl Chocolate Stout Batch #4 (90) On deck - Zythos Pale Ale(91) and then Weizenbock(92)