As stated above lager yeasts are what make a lager. Lagering, or cold
Storage, will make for a clear(er) beer.
But that is not really what you are asking is it? You want to know if you can use cheaper ingredients than those listed in the recipe. The answer is no.
Can you use oatmeal and raisins to make a chocolate chip cookie? No. From a distance they may look the same, and they are both (good) cookies, but it will never be a chocolate chip cookie.
Same with beer. You can use different ingredients, but will get a different beer. You can still use 2 row and crystal with later yeast and produce clean crisp beer, but it won't be a stella
Primary 1:RIS, Cream Stout
Primary 2 & 3: Sourmash (Fake Flanders), Flemish red
Primary 4 & 5: Belgian Pale Ale, Belgian Chocolate Stout
Primary 5: Graham's Apple Cider
On tap: Farmer's Daughter Saison, Belgian Golden Strong, Pale Ale
On deck: American Pils, KBS Clone, Robust Porter, Nut Brown