I took some very good advice from some of you, and have to say my first shot at brewing was a success. My first try was with a gallon size of Caribou Slobber, and followed the directions to a “T”. 2 weeks fermenting, 2 weeks in the bottle. Chilled a couple of bottles over night, and found the first bottle to be flat. So, taking your advice, I let the bottles sit and condition for another 1 1/2 weeks, then chilled for 3 days. Perfect! Nice head, great flavor! Interesting to note, the other bottle that I put in the fridge after 2 weeks, I opened after about 3 days, and it too was really well carbonated and tasted great. So, some lessons learned, and thanks to all for the advice. I just bottled my second brew, White House Honey Porter, and plan to give that 21-28 days to condition in the bottles. Hope to be successful a second time!