My first batch as a home brewer is in the primary right now I started at 1.058 and it's been sitting for 2 weeks in the primary. I'm using munton's ale yeast, and I'm making a 3 gallon batch.
It fermented at about 68 degrees, and bubbled about once a second for 2 days. After that things slowed down considerably. It's now 2 weeks as I said, and it's only at 1.028. I've tried swirling, moving to a warmer room, and pitching some more fresh yeast. I still get no action on the airlock, but when I swirled, quite a it of dissolved co2 came out.
I'm afraid to leave it on the primary for much longer, and I don't have a secondary. I was thinking of bottling without priming sugar, and letting it condition in the bottle for 3 weeks in a warm room. Does this sound like a good plan, or is there something else I should be doing?