Ok so here's the deal.
I brewed up a franzaskaner clone with the intention of not doing a secondary fermentation as its a wheat beer and should be cloudy and yeasty. The recipe however, said to rack to secondary after the first week and bottle after the second. The second week came and it was still bubbling in the airlock, very slowly, but bubbling none the less. I was also called to go to work out of state, so i racked to secondary to clear it a bit and get it off the cake and away from the krausen on the carboy. So, my question is, if it takes me another 2 weeks to get home to bottle, will I need to add yeast to ensure carbonation? Was racking to secondary and taking it off the yeast cake a bad idea?
Sorry for the long post.
Wheat beer, 2 weeks in primary, 2 weeks or so in secondary, will it have enough yeast to carbonate?