As the title says, I am planning to bottle tomorrow. The beer has been fermenting for 2 weeks now, low OG of about 1035 and Mangrove Jack M41 yeast. Can I assume it has finished fermenting? I know it would be better to take a couple of gravity readings, but this is a bucket without valve, so I would have to take a sample from the top and am a bit scared of oxidation/contamination. However, I could siphon into my bottling bucket and take a reading and if this is far off the expected reading (1006) I could put a water lock on the bottling bucket and put it back in the fermentation fridge (obviously without the priming sugar)? Thing is, this is only a calculated reading and may be quite far out. Other thing is, I want to make some cider on the trub of the beer and I can't fit both buckets in the fridge.... But if it is really much better to do so, then the cider will just have to deal with ambient temperature. I can also leave the beer in the fermenter for another week or so. What is wisdom?