Yeah it's a pale lager...lager is referred to as the "bottom-fermenting" yeast. If you don't have lagering capabilities, a kolsch or california ale yeast fermented at the low end of the range should work.
What Bresader says... Bottom fermenting lager yeast (clue's in the name, it's a pilsner...).
I've had good results making a pseudo-lager using Nottingham yeast and fermenting at 14c (57f) with double the normal amount of yeast. I chose Nottingham on recommendation because it ferments out very reliably which makes it a safer bet than some others for the lower temperatures. Other ale yeasts will produce a drier finish at regular temperatures, the ones Brewsader mentions could work.