I bottled then right to refrigerator. What can I expect? Been in the fridge for about 2weeks.Is the Beer lost?Can I remove it now or is it to late?
The cold in the fridge shouldn't kill the yeast, but it will slow it down. So if you generally bottle condition for two weeks, it most likely won't be ready after two weeks in the fridge. I suggest taking it out of the fridge for a week and testing it then.
Personally, I like keeping my beer out at room temperature even after it is ready because I like it aged a bit. I only put like 4 beers in the fridge at once (unless I'm like having a party) so I have cold beer but let the rest age.
It is not too late. In fact the bottles will condition/carbonate in a fridge (5°C) quite well but will take somewhat longer to do so.
Try taking the bottles out of the refrigerator and leaving them for (say) two weeks in a warm (room temperature/20°C) place. One can shake the bottles to disperse any settled yeast if one wishes to. That should rouse the yeast from any slumber and allow bottle conditioning to proceed at full speed. After that time the bottles can still be left out of the fridge to age.
I personally recommend bottle conditioning/ageing for at last a month if not more. Obviously, the bottles can be returned to the fridge before drinking!