So I understand that there is a longer lag time than ales when it comes to lagers, just curious if I should be worried? I pitched my yeast ~50 hours ago from when I took these pictures last night. It is aproaching 65 hours now and and used my airstone and air pump for 20 min to oxygenate prior to the pitch. I am using 3 dry packs of Mangrove Jack's M76 Bavarian Lager yeast. My OG was 1.067 and I am guessing with 3 packs I am around 500 billion cells. Should I see a large Visible krausen like with ales? This is my first lager and I am fermenting in my kegerator, As it is in the garage, I checked on it day before yesterday morning and I noticed that the temp was at 36F due to being so cold outside and that was when I decided to install the temp controller and had set the temp controller to 48F when I installed it, and yesterday I bumped it to 50F. Temperature has been steady since installed, Will the yeast come back in to suspension? Is it anything to worry about? Should I just wait it out and have some patience?