I brewed last Thursday and tonight I racked my beer to the secondary. I didn't take a SG reading before starting the rack because, well, I don't really have a good reason. I guess I figured that 5 days in the primary was long enough. However, the beer has been at the bottom range of the yeast's optimum fermentation temp (about 67 degrees) so I guess it has not been fermenting as fast as I'm used to. Once I moved it to the secondary I got curious and took a SG reading. It was only 1.036!! So now I'm wondering if I took the beer away from it's lovely floating yeast mat too soon since it still has a lot of work to do.
So, now that I'm in the secondary, what am I looking at? I'll check for reforming krausen tomorrow morning, but am I in danger of a stuck ferment? Are there other problems I should be on the lookout for? Or should I just chill and let the beer do it's thing for a few weeks?