Okay, I brewed my Stout almost two full weeks ago, It is still in primary and been kept at a steady 21-22 degrees celcius. Which I figured wasn't too bad.
My original gravity was low at 1.045 it was expected to be 1.057, and I figured out the cause of that. (I used Imperial Gallons instead of US Gallons) I also figured I messed up along the way. I followed the instructions to a t...but maybe I did something wrong.
So I was planning on racking to the secondary last week, but I had to go away to a funeral, and figured the extra week in primary would be good anyway.
So I got back in town yesterday and checked the gravity and it was at 1.014, which is pretty high. I am going to check it again tomorrow to see if it is still moving or if it has stopped.
Should I rack to the secondary with the final gravity so high? Should I try to get the fermentation started again?
I used Safale S-04 Yeast and the morebeer Sout extract kit. If anyone has any suggestions I would love to hear them.