Originally Posted by soapy45
I have a similar question. I started an IPA three weeks ago today. The OG was 1.060. We racked to secondary a week later and took another reading, 1.010. Today we got another 1.010, but I still see bubbles in the vial we use to take the sample. I'm thinking I should wait another week to see if the bubbles stop.
As was mentioned, "bubbles" aren't a sign of continued fermentation. In fact, you will carbonating the beer, and bubbles are what you're looking for in carbonation.
Bubbles just mean there is c02 in the solution. If you look at airlock activity, an airlock may bubble if the weather changes due to the release of c02, but it doesn't mean fermentation is occurring.
If it's been at 1.010 for two weeks, it's not going to get any "doner" than it is right now.