Hello all- Brewed a Maibock 10 days ago. Just ramped it up to diactyl rest temps. However, my question today is in regards to bottling the beer after I have lagered. I would like the beer to be exceptionally clear, so after a few days at current 65 degrees, I will lower it down to 50 degrees, then transfer to the secondary for lagering and add some gelatin. I then plan on lagering the beer for at least 2 months in that secondary (ramping down 5 degrees per day to get to 38 degrees). I do not have the ability to keg the beer, and will bottle. With the beer being fined with gelatin, I am concerned that the yeasts may not be active enough to carbonate. Should I pitch a half packet of yeast(34/70 to match original) with bottling sugar? If so, will that ruin the work done getting the beer clear with the gelatin and lagering?