Yeah, give it a few days for airlock activity or other telltale signs of fermentation. Even with some ales I have waited three days before getting some movement. Finally, keeping a beer in primary for at least three weeks ensures it has had enough time to attenuate and flocculate completely.
Tap: The Monolith American Barleywine, Verdant Lager
Primary: Tharsis Belgian Strong Dark Ale, Jupiter Dusk Peach Cream Ale
Secondary: Corpse Rouser Imperial Oatmeal Stout, The Thresher Weizenbock, Artemis Vanilla Cream Ale