Hey all.. after doing 2 different batches of the ale kit I had, I decided I wanted to try a lager. I bought a lager kit and just opened it and read my instructions. They don't get very specific after saying "pitch the yeast". From what I've read on the forums and various places lagers should be fermented at cooler temperatures. I even saw a post on the forums where a few people were saying they try to get as close to freezing as possible (around 34 degrees).
My yeast lager pack says: Saflager S-23
Dry Lager Yeast
Dosage: 11.5g in 20-30 litres at room
temperature, 2 x 11.5g in 20 to 30 litres
at 11-15C (51-59F).
Only one package of yeast came in my kit. The question is: do I follow my instructions and pitch 1 package and keep at room temperature, or do I try to buy another package of yeast and put it in the fridge?