So this beer in particular is an old ale that fermented for one week and had no more visible signs of fermentation (krausen had fallen, no more bubbles, etc.). It's also down to 1.018, which is where I expect it to end, most likely. Do you think I should of left it in the primary for another week still?
Normally I don't use a secondary at all, keg or otherwise. I just leave beers in primary for 2 weeks and then keg and carbonate. For this one, since it's an old ale, I thought I'd transfer to a keg to let it condition at room temp for a couple more weeks, then keg/carb as usual. Unnecessary step?