Originally Posted by Zainyolprospector
I though this was strange though, considering that I heard that dry hopping usually stops the yeast from fermenting further.
Hops wouldn't stop a fermentation. If you heard that somewhere, you heard wrong sorry to say!
If it was done, you could have released some "nucleation points", by adding something to a carboy full of beer with c02 in it that would cause a ton of bubbling. However, it should have stopped within a few hours if that was the cause of the bubbling.
S04 settles out well, so when it's finished up the beer tends to be very clear. If you dryhopped once the beer was clear, it was probably done.
Of course, without any hydrometer readings we have no idea if your beer is done or not. If the hydrometer reading is the same over the course of at least three days, then it's safe to bottle. That's the only way to know for sure.