Howdy, first post here. I got back into brewing a couple of months ago, used to do the brew in a bag kits maybe 10 yrs ago, didn't like the results, so I quit. Got back into the game with a bit more knowledge, now brewing either all grain or partial mash. Loving every minute of it. Anyhow, enough with this, I made a batch of extra blonde ale a while back and it has failed to carbonate so far, it's been sitting in the bottles at room temp 70F for three weeks. I'm wondering if perhaps racking too cautiously may have caused too little yeast in suspension? OG about 1.045 FG 1.002 Primary for 14 days Secondary 20 days I also used gelatin pre-bottling, made sure it was crystal clear before mixing in. Bottled with sugar pellets / thingies pre-made in each bottle. I also swirl the bottles around once in a while to ensure the sugar gets mixed in throughout the brew / CO2 content contact is optimized. I'm thinking about delicately putting the whole batch back into bottling vessel and adding some yeast then re-bottling if it hasn't carbed in two weeks. Initial yeast used for fermentation was SAF05, probably would use the same for re-bottling. What's your opinion yo?