I wish I could quote a source but I recall reading that changing the temp during cold conditioning is actually benefitial in that it forces the yeast to do some adaptation. I don't really understand it though. I don't think they had a swing of say 25 degrees F in mind though. If you're up in the Northern parts where it's currently freezing, you could stash it in a mudroom or garage like I'm doing.
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