hello i'm about to bottle myy first batch
i'm making a coffee stout and i'm in the second week of my fermentationg, fermentation temp is 68-75f (20-24c) in a tub with water because it is too hot over here.
my question is after i bottle i cant put it in the tub but i have a place where i can put it in 65f (18c) is it ok for the priming phase?
Yes you can, and nothing will go wrong. However, at this stage, there's no reason to condition them cool. Pretty much all the fermentation activity is done, so if you wish to store them warmer, you certainly can...and they'll carb up faster.
yes but the thing is i'm afraid that in a room temp of atleast 86f it will go bad.
the thing is i bartend in a pub that we keep our kegs in a cooling room so i can store there or in my house
so i wanna know only which is better
Actually, you want it warmer while you're carbonating 70+. 65 will be a bit chilly and will take much longer to carbonate. If you are choosing between 65 degrees and over 86, then I would keep them in the warmer place for 3 weeks or so until they carb, then move them to the cooler spot to store.