I'm brewing a Kolsch beer for the first time with a pretty straight forward recipe using WLP029 yeast. I've only brewed basic ales so far and I'm confused about the fermentation temps and times for this style. From what I read on the White Labs site this yeast is not successful below 62f, but from what I understand Kolsch style should be lagered. Should I treat it as a lager and primary ferment at 62f until it's 75% complete and then move to a secondary and lager it for several weeks at 50f or so? Or should I just keep it at 62f for primary and secondary.