Stout seems to be stuck in fermentation
I have a stout 2 weeks now in the primary that hasn't hit it's FG. I started with 1.053 on 9/20/07 and pitched a nice starter of WLP023 which started crazy action within 2 hours. For 4 days I had crazy fermentation on the bubbler, then nothing. 5 days ago, I decided to give it a gentile stir to see if I could kick in the fermentation again, but I got no action on the bubbler judging by the water levels inside. I totally forgot to take a hydrometer reading then... dummy me.
So anyhow, I checked today, and I am at 1.017, and given the attenuation % of the yeast my FG should hit .010-.013.
I have a few options...
1. Do I re-pitch a yeast and leave in the primary?
2. Do I rack to secondary and pitch a new starter?
3. Leave in the primary and do nothing?
4. Rack to secondary and do nothing?
Knowledgeable assistance is much appreciated.