Once all fermentation has ceased you need to bottle the beer. Before you siphon the beer into your sanitized bottles it needs to be primed, meaning you need to add more sugar to the beer so that the yeast can carbonate the liquid (they are now producing CO2 in a closed container, forcing it to dissolve into the liquid). To prime your beer boil ¾ cup of priming sugar with a pint of water then add this to the beer once it has been siphoned out of the carboy and into a bucket. Now you can bottle. Be sure not to splash the beer as it is put in the bottles and leave ½ inch of air at the top, a bottling wand is handy for making this process easier and cleaner. Use a bottle capper to seal each beer with a sanitary cap. Give the beer a week or two to carbonate and mellow. Start drinking.