Maybe this should be posted in the beginner forums, terribly sorry if that is the case.
OK, first full five gallon batch, using a 5 gallon carboy as a secondary. Belgian Wit with Safbrew T-58. The first week was spent in the primary (Bucket) and it has spent 2 weeks in the secondary.
The second day in the primary I had a steady stream of bubbles that tapered off on the third or fourth day. Transferred to secondary on day 7 and a big yeast pellet and lots of krausen were left behind. It has sat for two weeks with very little activity (dare I say none). I went down to look at it today (day 20) and I have bubbles on the surface, small period-sized yeast colonies and one bubble every minute through the air lock.
Since this is a beer that can be finished in 4-6 weeks I want to bottle it tomorrow. Or not. I plan to take a hydrometer reading tomorrow. Before I do, are there any suggestions or experience with this? Maybe wild yeast infection? This is my first time using a secondary (and thus the secondary was new and sanitized thoroughly before use by me).
Thank you in advance!