I started brewing a Porter on Monday night of this past week and it started fermenting right away. There was a huge krausen overnight Tuesday where it foamed out of the air lock and all down the sides of the bucket. When I checked it Wednesday morning, there were no bubbles to speak of coming out of the air lock so I thought with that big push it may have been done (I talked to my homebrewing supplier and he said sometimes they go that fast if the yeast is REALLY active). However, when checking the gravity, it was only 1.028, with a OG of 1.060. I rechecked the gravity this morning and it is still at 1.028. Did my krausen foam out all of the yeast?? Should I add more to the wort?? That OG is way to high for it to be done, but she isn't having any more action to speak of! I've also tried aerating the wort, but this has done nothing. I started the fermentation in a room consistantly at 62 degrees, but when it seemed to quit fermenting, I warmed the room to 65 hoping the bit warmer air would help things out, but this did nothing to get her moving either. Any ideas???