So I've recently had an ESB my chest freezer with a temperature controller at about 39 F for for three weeks. I've left the PSI at about the recommended amount of about 12 PSI with this temperature. My question is this: I'm going to brew an amber ale tomorrow and this needs to ferment at 65 F ideally. I would like to put my carboy in my chest freezer and change the temperature controller to set at 65 F. If I take my ESB out and leave it at room temperature, will this make any difference on the flavor/quality of the beer? Do I need to keep some PSI on it (obviously I'll need much more due to the increase in temperature) while at room temp? My plan was to ferment this amber for about 10 days at 65 and then just leave it out at room temperature.
I wouldn't normally mind the temperature change, but in the summer the coldest spot in my house gets upwards of 72-74 F and this is much higher than I want.
Thank you for reading!