Hey gang, here is my situation:
I have a dark American lager fermenting (OG = 1.060) right now around 50F. It has been staying in the guestroom of my apartment with windows open (the rest of the room is sealed off to the rest of the apt.) Tomorrow will be day 14 of it's long-primary. I will be out of town all weekend starting tomorrow morning for a snowshoeing/backpacking trip. Just today, I learned that SWMBO's parentals will be coming into town to visit while I'm gone, thus we need to turn the lagering room back into a guestroom and hence raise the temperature in there.
A: sit it outside for the weekend (daily temperatures ranging from 25F at night to 40F in the afternoon), cooling the brew down significantly and halting fermentation
B: put it in my closet where I ferment ales at 62F for the weekend and just pretend I'm giving it a long D-rest?
I can't really rely on SWMBO to do any taking care of it while I'm gone, so I need to just pick some sort of action that will have minimal consequences and deal with it, since this all has sort of just been thrown on my lap.
Thanks for your advice and opinions!