Hi guys....I made some cider about a month ago with Nottingham Ale yeast SG 1.06. It was going strong for a while and two weeks in, fermentation slowed down a lot, and I decided to rack to my secondary at SG 1.01....it's been in there for 2 weeks and there has been no air lock action (aside from maybe the first day or two. I just checked the SG again today and it's still at 1.01. It tastes great but I'm worried about bottling. I plan on carbonating my cider in the bottle so I'm concerned that there isn't enough active yeast for the carbonation process.
I'm thinking about pitching some more yeast into the secondary to try and get the cider to ferment dry. Then just prime the batch like normal before bottling. Does this sound reasonable?