Originally Posted by cfonnes
You do not need to secondary. Leave it in the primary for three weeks, make sure that the gravity has stabilized, then bottle it.
Racking it to a secondary increases the risk of infection and oxidation.
The consensuses on this site is skip the secondary unless you are adding fruit, dry hopping, oaking, or long term bulk aging.
This has been answered many times extensively
Wayne Gretzky-"100% of the shots you don't take, don't go in
Revvy>>You shouldn't worry about ANYTHING, you didn't hurt the yeast, they know what they need to do, they want to eat all that sugar they are swimming around in. They want to pee alcohol and fart co2, it's their nature.
Bobby_M>>I flood the keg with CO2 for one minute with the lid off, rack the beer in to the bottom gently, seal it, flood it, vent it. If there's still O2 in there after that, F it.