Brew my Kolsch around on 1st Nov, using k-97 yeast. It has been sitting in fermentation fridge at around 18 degrees for almost 2 weeks, will be checking gravity tonight, hoping it is near finished. I was planning to raise it to 20 degrees for 2 days and then bottle with priming sugar, for carbonation. 2 weeks for carbonation again at around 18 degrees and than lager for 4 weeks or longer. But I know read in few places, to first do lagering stage for few weeks in a secondary at around 2 degrees and than bottle/prime. Would you mind sharing your own experience? Lager first and bottle later or other way round?