Hello, On my second batch of Northern brewer's Oktoberfest extract kit. First one turned out good, didn't pay much attention to Gravity readings as it was only my second time brewing. This year I want to improve, so I have a refractometer. I used a 5 gallon boil witch yielded 1.064 OG, I added a gallon and a half of water to bring the OG to 1.051. As directed from White labs, I pitched WLP820(which is notoriously stubborn) to a two pint starter for a couple days and then added to the well aerated wort at 52 degrees. In hind sight I think I should have pitched at room temp and lowered the wort temp after fermentation started. Fermentation seemed to start fine, but after 12 days the SG was only at 1.039. Krausen formed and has already fallen into beer. I know this yeast is notoriously finicky, but I'm worried that after nearly two weeks that is too high and I'd like to do a diacetal rest and rack to secondary before lagering. I've created another starter and have brought the temp of the wort up to 58 degrees over two days. So my questions is this: I now have a new starter ready at 70 degrees. Should I bring the wort tempuratur closer to room temp to pitch and then lower slowly again? lower the temp of the starter 10 degrees and pitch? or just pitch as is? Other suggestions like leave it alone for another week? Cheers!