So I started brewing 1 month+ ago. brewed a 5 gallon batch every weekend since. My second was a Continental Pilsner kit for SWMBO. I wanted to get a feel for bottling so i bottled this batch instead of kegging. now it's only been bottled for 9 days and I know that's not long enough but i have almost no CO2 buildup and very little yeast bed at the bottom of the bottle. The only mixing i did was preparing the priming sugar and pouring it in the bottom of the bucket then racking from my carboy to the bottling bucket with the hose at the bottom of the bucket at all times. I was afraid to mix more because i have seen so much about aeration on this board. I had them in the basement which is 66-68 degrees consistently. I moved them upstairs tonight to get about 4 to 6 degrees higher thinking that may have been the problem. I guess my real question is if in another 2 weeks they haven't carbonated anymore can I pour them directly in to my keg and force carb so as not to lose an entire batch of decent tasting beer? Will I have to be careful to not aerate? I am going to be bleeding the O2 off when I keg which is why I ask that. I am having the same problem with my 6 pack from my first brew that I want to have spaced out over 6 months. i used primetabs in these.