I have 20 Gallons of a lager currently sitting in my fermentation chamber. This particular recipe uses WY 2112, which I fermented (and am currently clearing) at 58 degrees. All 20 gallons is for a friends wedding, which is on June 1. My plan is to let it clear for about another 2 weeks, then keg and lager until the wedding.
My issue is that I am wanting to brew a batch of my house pale, which I normally use US-05 on, and ferment out 68 Degrees. It is going to be a while before I can brew again, and would like to work this in to keep the pipeline alive. Only problem, I am out of space in my keg fridge. Have room for the 4 lager fermenters in my fermentation chamber, + my 13 gallon primary.
Is it going to hurt anything to let the lager warm up to 68 for a couple of weeks while I work in this batch?