The directions weren't very clear. I'd let it sit longer than they describe, but let your hydrometer be the judge.
Brewer’s BestŪ recommends home brewers
employ the practice of a two-stage fermentation. This will allow your ﬁnished beer to have
more clarity and an overall better, purer ﬂavor.
All you need is a 5-gallon carboy, drilled stopper, airlock and siphon setup to transfer the
beer. You will also need to monitor and record
the SG with your hydrometer when the beer is
in the ‘primary’. When the fermentation slows
, but before it completes, simply
transfer the beer into the carboy and allow fermentation to ﬁnish in the ‘secondary’. Leave
the beer for about two weeks
and then proceed
to Bottling Day.