How high is too high?
I'm fairly new to homebrewing, and looking for a used fridge to go in the basement and be a beer fridge, but I'm cheap so I'm waiting for the price to be right.
On the floor of my basement, on the far side from the furnace, it's a pretty constant 60 degrees. I think it's actually a bit cooler in the summer, because I live in Kansas where winter is mild but summer isn't--so the AC runs a lot in the summer.
I know 60 is above the ideal cellaring temp. But I want to try some Belgians or other higher-gravity, longer aging brews. Is 60 acceptable, or should I stick to brewing beers for quick consumption until I get a beer fridge?