I just did my first brew last night which is an Irish Cream Ale from northern brewer. I woke up this morning to check it out and I was happy to see highly active bubbles from the airlock. I noticed though that it seemed just a little warm so I checked the temp on the carboy which read 77. I know that this is too warm but my question is with it only being the first few hours of the fermentation, now that I am getting it to the 65 degree range, will this damage the brew at all or dramatically? I assume not due to it has another 2 weeks in primary but would like to make sure. Thanks for the help.